Physics 202 Exam 2 Review

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Physics 202 Exam 2 Review
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About Exam 2 ± When and where ² Friday March. 13 th 5:30-7:00 pm 650 3650 H manities (same as e am 1 ) ² 2650, 3650 Humanities (same as exam 1 ) ± Format ² Closed book ² 1+1 8x11 formula sheet allowed, must be self prepared, no photo copy of solutions, no photo copy of lecture slides. ² Four full problems. (~20 questions) ² Bring a calculator (but no computer). Only basic calculation functionality can be used. ± pecial Arrangements: Spec a a ge e ts ² All alternative time tests should have been preapproved. ² No early test before Friday Mar 13 th possible. lternative test available in earlier afternoon ( 4pm) in lab ² Alternative test available in earlier afternoon (~ 4pm) in lab rooms ( for approved requests only )
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Chapters Covered ± Chapter 27: Electric Currents ± Chapter 28: DC Circuit ± Chapter 29: Magnetism ± Chapter 30: Source of Magnetic Field Disclaimer his review is a supplement to your own preparation ² This review is a supplement to your own preparation. ² Hints and exercises presented in this review are not meant to be complete.
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Exam Topics (1) ± Key concepts (“key”: those in summary box at the end of each chapter) ± Basic Quantities: ² Electrical Current ( I ), Voltage ( Δ V) ² Resistance (R), resistivity ( ρ ) ² Power Consumed by R ² mf emf ² Time Constant, RC ² Magnetic Force agnetic Field Magnetic Field Lines Magnetic Flux ² Magnetic Field, Magnetic Field Lines, Magnetic Flux ² Magnetic Dipole Moment. (Definition, force, torque, potential energy) ² Permeability/susceptibility for ferro/para/dia magnetic materials.
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Exam Topics(2) ± Current and resistance. ² I= Δ Q/ Δ t ² Ohm’s Law Δ V=IR for Ohmic materials ² Resistors in series and parallel ² ower consumption on R Power consumption on R ± DC circuit ² Kirchhoff’s Rules Junction rule Loop rule ² Simple 1-loop, 2-loop circuit of R’s and ε ’s ± Time constant and RC circuit
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Exam Topics(3) ± Magnetic Force ² Magnetic force has a form of q v x B . lways perpendicular to nd always perpendicular to v and B . never does work charged particle moves in circular/helix path in uniform B field ( ω =qB/m, r=mv/qB) On current segment, it has the form I L x B niform B closed loop 0 τ Uniform B, closed loop Æ Σ F =0, Στ = μ x B ± Magnetic Field: ² Field lines, “north” and “south”. ² B field never does work.
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2009 for the course PHYS 202 taught by Professor Everett during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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Physics 202 Exam 2 Review - Physics 202 Exam 2 Review About...

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