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Unformatted text preview: Physics 2306 Fall 2006 Final 1) What is the first Maxwell equation (based on the order given in my lecture notes)? A. over closed surface E conservative dA = Q enclosed / B. over closed surface B dA = 0 C. around perimeter of surface E conservtative dl = d B /dt D. around perimeter of surface B dl = [I enclosed d E /dt] E. over closed surface E nonconservative dA = Q enclosed / F. over closed surface B dA = net magnetic monopole charge/ G. around perimeter of surface E nonconservative dl = d B /dt H. around perimeter of surface B dl = [I enclosed + d E /dt] 2) What is the second Maxwell equation (based on the order given in my lecture notes)? A. over closed surface E conservative dA = Q enclosed / B. over closed surface B dA = 0 C. around perimeter of surface E conservtative dl = d B /dt D. around perimeter of surface B dl = [I enclosed d E /dt] E. over closed surface E nonconservative dA = Q enclosed / F. over closed surface B dA = net magnetic monopole charge/ G. around perimeter of surface E nonconservative dl = d B /dt H. around perimeter of surface B dl = [I enclosed + d E /dt] 3) What is the third Maxwell equation (based on the order given in my lecture notes)? A. over closed surface E conservative dA = Q enclosed / B. over closed surface B dA = 0 C. around perimeter of surface E conservtative dl = d B /dt D. around perimeter of surface B dl = [I enclosed d E /dt] E. over closed surface E nonconservative dA = Q enclosed / F. over closed surface B dA = net magnetic monopole charge/ G. around perimeter of surface E nonconservative dl = d B /dt H. around perimeter of surface B dl = [I enclosed + d E /dt] 4) What is the fourth Maxwell equation (based on the order given in my lecture notes)? A. over closed surface E conservative dA = Q enclosed / B. over closed surface B dA = 0 C. around perimeter of surface E conservtative dl = d B /dt D. around perimeter of surface B dl = [I enclosed d E /dt] E. over closed surface E nonconservative dA = Q enclosed / F. over closed surface B dA = net magnetic monopole charge/ G. around perimeter of surface E nonconservative dl = d B /dt H. around perimeter of surface B dl = [I enclosed + d E /dt] 5) An LR circuit is shown below. The switch is closed at time t = 0. When the switch has been closed for a time much longer than L/R, the voltage V a V b is A. zero B. infinite C. D. E. L /R F. L /R G. /R H. /R 6) An infinite conducting plate (net charge is zero) is placed...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PHYS 2306 taught by Professor Ykim during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.
 Fall '06
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