Phys Sample Quiz 1

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Last name First Name ID Section 1302.100 Individual Quiz 1 Friday 2 nd February 2007 Question 1 Three charges , +q, +2q, +4q are connected by strings as shown in the diagram. Find the tensions T 1 and T 2 +q +2q +4q T 1 T 2 d d
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Last name First Name ID Section Question 2 A thin uniformly charged rod with a total charge of 6 µ C and length 25 cm is placed along the y axis, centered at the origin. A point charge of 1 µ C is placed at (x,y)=(1cm,0cm). What is the electrostatic force on a 10 µ C charge at position (6cm,0cm)? Those that calculate the field due to a line charge the hard way will need to know that () 31 22 2 2 22 2 dy y ay a ya = + + 93 1 2 0 1 91 0 4 kg ms C πε = ×⋅
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Multiple Choice questions 1) Two positive charges +8mC and +2mC are separated by 300m. A third charge is placed at a distance r from the 8mC charge in such a way that the resultant electric field on the third charge due to the other two charges is zero. The distance r is A)250m B)200m C)150m D) 130m E) 100m 2)
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