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Midterm_I.Spring_2005-1 - Tear-off cover page Physics 152...

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Tear-off cover page Physics 152 Midterm 1 Spring 2005 February 16, 2005 Wednesday 5:00-6:30 PM Professor Judge (TuTh 12-2 pm) Professor Ogawa (TuTh 6-8 pm) Instructor _______________________________________________________________ Name (printed)__________________________, ________________________________ L ast Name F irst Name Name (signed)____________________________________________________________ SSN (Last 4 digits)_______________________ 1
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Physics 152 Midterm 1 Spring 2005 February 16, 2005 Wednesday 5:00-6:30 PM Professor Judge (TuTh 12-2 pm) Professor Ogawa (TuTh 6-8 pm) Instructor _______________________________________________________________ Name (printed)__________________________, ________________________________ L ast Name F irst Name Name (signed)____________________________________________________________ SSN (Last 4 digits)_______________________ 1. ______________________ (20 pts) 2. ______________________ (10 pts) 3. ______________________ (15 pts) 4. ______________________ (15 pts) 5. ______________________ (20 pts) 6. ______________________ (20 pts) Total ___________________(100 points) 2
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1.0 (20 pts) Short Conceptual Problems 1.1 (4 pts.) (a) (1 pt.) Write Coulomb’s law symbolically. (b) (1 pt.) What does it say in words? (c) (2 pts.) Draw a picture of two positive point charges q 1 and q 2 a distance r apart. Draw all relevant vectors showing the force on q 2 due to the presence of q 1 . 1.2 (2 pts.) An electric field points toward the top of your exam paper and lies in the plane of the page. In what direction does an electron move if released in this field direction ______________ 1.3 (4 pts.) (a) (1 pt.) Write down Gauss’s law symbolically. (b) (1 pt.) What does it say in words? (c) (2 pts.) Can you use Gauss’s law to calculate the electric field outside a uniformly charged Idaho potato? Answer ______ Why or why not?
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