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Physics 2306 Spring 2006 Third Exam 1.) What is the first Maxwell equation? A. There are no magnetic monopoles. B. Moving charges and time-dependent electric flux create magnetic fields. C. Moving charges create electric fields. D. Time-dependent magnetic flux creates conservative electric fields. E. Time-dependent magnetic flux creates nonconservative electric fields. F. Electric charge creates conservative electric fields. G. Electric charge creates nonconservative electric fields. H. There are no magnetic dipoles 2.) What is the second Maxwell equation? A. There are no magnetic monopoles. B. Moving charges and time-dependent electric flux create magnetic fields. C. Moving charges create electric fields. D. Time-dependent magnetic flux creates conservative electric fields. E. Time-dependent magnetic flux creates nonconservative electric fields. F. Electric charge creates conservative electric fields. G. Electric charge creates nonconservative electric fields. H. There are no magnetic dipoles 3.) What is the third Maxwell equation? A. There are no magnetic monopoles. B. Moving charges and time-dependent electric flux create magnetic fields. C. Moving charges create electric fields. D. Time-dependent magnetic flux creates conservative electric fields. E. Time-dependent magnetic flux creates nonconservative electric fields. F. Electric charge creates conservative electric fields. G. Electric charge creates nonconservative electric fields. H. There are no magnetic dipoles 4.) What is the fourth Maxwell equation? A. There are no magnetic monopoles. B. Moving charges and time-dependent electric flux create magnetic fields. C. Moving charges create electric fields. D. Time-dependent magnetic flux creates conservative electric fields. E. Time-dependent magnetic flux creates nonconservative electric fields. F. Electric charge creates conservative electric fields. G. Electric charge creates nonconservative electric fields. H. There are no magnetic dipoles
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5. and 6.) A positive charge q is moving along the x-axis at a velocity v as shown in the figure below. At time t = 0, the charge is at the origin. v (x = 1, y =1) (x = 1, y =1) q N E S W 5.) At time t = 0, what is the direction of the magnetic field, generated by the moving charge, at the point (x = 1, y = 1)? A. North B. Into the page C. Out of the page D. South E. East F. West G. Northeast H. Southwest 6.) At time t = 0, what is the direction of the magnetic field, generated by the moving charge, at the point (x = 1, y = 1)?
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