lab 1 - Lab 1 Physlets Lab Electric Force Open up Physlets...

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Lab 1 - Physlets Lab - Electric Force Open up Physlets activities. You will need to have Java updated on your computer device you are using. If you do not have the ability to get Java, then you will need to share a computer with someone. Site: You will be using chapter 22 and 23 to do these exercises. Exploration 22.3 - Electrostatic Ranking Electrostatic Ranking Task: there are 5 fixed charges. You will need to rank that charges from most negative to most positive. Read the text. Move the charge to determine the rankings. My Rank: A, C, E, B, D Exploration 22.6 - Run Coulomb’s Gauntlet Create a grid of charges that will move the test charge into the goal. Try to do it with as few charges as possible. Picture or snapshot of my final set up with the test charge in the goal:
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Why is this hard to do? I personally didn't find it hard because I used my understanding of orbital mechanics Problem 22.1 Like and Unlike Charges Observe the 5 charges and their forces by moving them close to each other.
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  • Fall '16
  • Dr. Butler
  • Electric charge, Physlets Lab

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