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Quiz__8_Spring2008_Mid_II

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Fill in this page, and then carefully tear it off and pass it to the nearest aisle Physics 152 Midterm 2 Spring 2008 March 26, 2008 Wednesday, 5:00-6:30 PM Circle your instructor: Professor Judge (TuTh 12-2 PM) Professor Zanardi (MW 2-4 PM) Print Your Name_________________________, _____________________________ Last Name First Name Sign Your Name_______________________________________________________ Last 4 digits only of your student ID number ________________________________

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Physics 152 Midterm 2 Spring 2002 March 26, 2008 Wednesday, 5:00-6:30 PM Circle your instructor: Professor Judge (TuTh 12-2 PM) Professor Zanardi (MW 2-4 PM) Print Your Name_________________________, _____________________________ Last Name First Name Sign Your Name_______________________________________________________ Last 4 digits only of your student ID number ________________________________ 1.________________________(20 points) 2.________________________(23 points) 3.________________________(15 points) 4.________________________(10 points) 5._________________________(20 points) 6.________________________ (8 points) 7._________________________(10 points) 2
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1. True or False (20 pts.) (Circle only one but show any work you may do to arrive at your answer) 1.1 (2 pts.) A capacitor of capacitance C holds a charge Q when the potential difference across the capacitor plates is V . If the potential across the plates is doubled to 2V, the capacitance becomes 2 C . True False 1.2 (2 pts.) The energy stored in the electric field of a capacitor is quadrupled if the strength of the electric field is doubled. True False 1.3 (2 pts.) The internal resistance of a battery limits the current but not the voltage that can be supplied by the battery. True
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