final_exam_spring_1999 - " 7 FINAL EXAM 7 c....

Info iconThis preview shows pages 1–9. Sign up to view the full content.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
Background image of page 1

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
Background image of page 2
Background image of page 3

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
Background image of page 4
Background image of page 5

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
Background image of page 6
Background image of page 7

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
Background image of page 8
Background image of page 9
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

Unformatted text preview: " 7 FINAL EXAM 7 c. GENERAL PHYSICS II SPRING QUARTER 1W ; _? June 7, 1999 Ke¢‘°,{;,.\ 4 StudentID# 4 fl 9M6“ Lecture Instructor Section Number 1/41teo = 9 x 109 Nm2/Cz E0 = 8.85 x 10‘” €le m2 1.10 = 4 TC x 10‘7 Tm/A mp = 1.67 x 10'27 kg me = 9.11 x 10"l kg I.“ C = 1.6 X 10-19 C 1 Full credit will only be awarded to answers with all work shown. 3 7 . V \f ,5;3+J2;;—-0 s? ;,= 5/;2’6‘5 (I m e ' , ) 2 ggrcfl. :6) = 1.1+;3 : 9/124?) A3 1/12- 3 ~ Q S $9,. «SJ-‘5, 4 jib-‘5: "ATS a: for )e‘P-r l’giffl" d U 1.‘ ME; - ' “iv :0 . “5' '7 )2/2 453 ' _ a ___ 43 H 9:- _ LN, M: WM} 9.3:“; - ‘3 T " fl - — ‘ - . A i ® 23 = 0.2é3A’ 4-1 ' 5/12"9 0 Hz 1 V53 3 EL) ‘12?) K‘ +82. f (5) V”, : W,— [9.262A>[$n§ +2v : ; V. K?) :- £2 : 3V' w? For the circuit shown below, Rl = 5 Q, R: = 2 Q, 81 = 8:: 3 v, 83 .__ 84: 4 v. a) Find the current through the battery 84. b) What is the voltage across AB? c) If a l pf capacitor were connected between B and C, how much charge would accumulate on it at equilibrium? ma . ‘ " {21.141.12031 "4’ '13V‘+£7+£z’¢;,g££r;fi£z;0 1. 2,... a, R, mfg-iw—l' L1 R2. 3 81 K] 83 521+;L3 fl “5%; +"/V+ BV-ZIUJ ‘3V— 52. " —5;3 ~25, +Hv=0 i‘Po‘r ‘rs'rth Lag! cvsa : ()«DiBVJ = ’ 344,; g: 3 0‘ {at “1’5 ‘—————_’"—/ 2. For the circuit shown below, answer the questions providing the reasons for your conclusions. At t = O, the switch is closed. a) At t = 0, determine the current in the inductor, b) the current in the 100 Q resistor, c) the current in the 200 Q resistor, d) the potential difference across the 100 Q resistor, e) the potential difference across the 200 Q resistor, D the potential difference across the inductor, g) fort — no, determine the quantities listed in a) thrOugh D. ,W 4 «3 lmtovo H as Lenore H c) 1130(0) = (00 _ A‘ 1:30 \\\w(03 = Rico—L\O°(°}: O .§A H e) “10°(o\: \OOV . a “dam: \oo\l a. 1‘ yfiwfimswcr = \A l 1:) :wa’B: \A it) Xm(“>:‘SA W \1,.,eteo= “3°” m \luot‘u\= ‘°°" pa \LLJCN\1 O : t 3. An LC circuit includes a 0.025 mF capacitor and a 340 ml! inductor. ‘—-—"' a) If the peak voltage on the capacitor is 190 V, what is the peak current in the inductor? ‘ b) How long after the voltage peak does the current peak occur? c) At an instant when the magnetic and electric energies are equal, the current is 540 mA. What is the instantaneous voltage across the capacitor? d) What fraction of a cycle passes before the energy in the inductor falls to 1/4 of its peak value? L 2 L333“ 9,0 C i— L: .L LC. E \ L- A _ .02: 'l“ 0 ._\‘G3l\ LN" (ml ‘5‘ 7 2 7 ._ 'Es‘koiuo 3 3"" 940 M53 : Q 3 \/ 6/ V - eagle‘s C B "‘ .. \ . \ J- L —- "ii—'13:»; L‘ g- L -— Babe-Vt) : . 7 5 99703 4. A Certain 2 dimensional electric field has an electrical potential which depends on position according to the relation V(x,y)=3x3+2xy-4 where x and y are the coordinates in meters of the point at which the potential is V Volts. I: a) What is the electrical potential at the origin? . b) How much work in Joules is required to move a charge of 1 nC from the origin to the point (x, y) = (0.5, 1.5)? . c) With the charge in place at this point, what is the potential at the origin now? a d) What is the potential at the origin if thel nC charge is moved to the point (x.y) = (1.5. 0.5)? Slfice f‘ in a? SCUM— aArweu' is ? Mlle.) L c) Q . " .I _ K V ~ v “that: J ’J" W 6311». 29 Fol'rJi‘S 5. A parallel plate capacitor has air between the plates. It is first connected to a 12V battery and charged up with 6 [JG It is then disconnected from the battery. a) What is the capacitance? b) How much energy is stored by it at this point? c) While still holding the charge, the capacitor is n0w physically altered by having its plates drawn apart to twice their original separation. What is the new capacitance? d) For part c) what is the new voltage across the capacitor? (Remember, the charge was not allowed to leave the plates even though the plates were moved farther apart.) e) For part c), how much energy is now stored in the capacitor after the plates have been moved farther apart? 0 In a few words, explain any difference in energy between part b) and part e). a (. Q) E '- £QVI 1-24 ero—exlélr I ® l1\\CE"J.‘3G‘1. Lilia“)! RJL (Mg-J; (“My {’0 y‘ukcl) fid‘f‘fl‘rj ‘V-‘W‘ invalid dam-3'» So Hoke/i t t‘jrvwf Cf (“3%. t 6. An insulating sphere of radius a and charge +3 Q, uniformly distributed throughout its volume, is concentric with a solid spherical conducting shell of inner radius b and outer g radius c. The shell has a net charge of -5 Q. Find the expressions for the electric field as a ' function of the radius r for: (a) O<r<a ‘ ' (b) a < r < b 7 (c) b < r < c (d) c < r. l ?.‘r§ / (e) What charges reside on the inner and outer surfaces of the conducting shell? on) gin: 9% Eflnrr“) : (3%:ij 4 r ) ’7 3 Q r 3 M Whigs, ., \T\ \\ ., ’ | 7.A a» ' @ '30 Pa '5 “T5 The figure below shows the cross section of a long coaxial cable. The inner conductor consists of a solid conducting cylinder of radius c. The outer conductor consists of a cylindrical conducting shell of inner radius b and outer radius a. The two conductors carry uniform currents I that are equal, but flow in Opposite directions. Derive an expression for the magnitude of the magnetic field B(r) for the following regions: I'<C ..e c<r<b b<r<a r>a. :’ ’u'O km! 7. 5(11'1‘) » MOVI( 51> \- : 452.er i: E zrrq‘ 5(2WYB 3 m1 5 z: 19;, 27W ,5?) F[¢7H’> = MoI.,_.f<°l.°1.-,__(t_4»::"‘_ - " 143‘] ; ;§fi5 A¢i§fiY‘Zil ' a’byl Three identical point charges of q = +6 uC are fixed at three ends of a square with sides of length L = 20 cm. As shown in the figure. What is the magnitude and direction of the electric field at the center of the square? If a point charge of +2 uC, having a mass of 50 g, were released from rest at the center of the square, what would its speed be when it reached a very large distance from the square? 'E ;' E+E+ga = E: anca i=3; 95' “lag: “yak—«A = 55.0 g 1‘ . a q -6 F b 1 )El = 4/ = ’09—‘33 “009) :;’z.’+x1°y/ [m go (0-2“) :— L‘____W \ Vzk .. -e r e .1: 9 : {mo "f; 13%???“ C) - inns/o y -mp- Jmtoffl) WJES-( g‘V 1 J71)“ N1 5—,. M I —. A, ‘ zfzxzfibcmrwbwo “4) 2 \ l w y‘ a. 050 59. 9. s7 #75 @ust after S is opened or closed W; C 5' 72375:)5/ 520657731.) Circle the correct answer for each of the following questions. A straight length of current-carrying wire is in a uniform magnetic field. If the wire does not experience a force, / a) that is as it should be :0 he wire is parallel to B c) this is impossible d) the wire is perpendicular to B e) there must be an E field in the opposite direction of B If the current through a long solenoid is doubled while the coil’s length is also doubled, keeping the number of turns constant, the magnetic field inside thfiolenoid is a) four times larger b) twice as large nchanged 5 = MD M- e: d) half as large e) one-fourth as large E ; M0} L ,2, In Ampere’s Law the integration must be performed over / A, 1; a) any surface b any closed surface 5 '3 M o / c) any path y closed path M c) any closed path comp etely surrounding all the current In an overhead straight wire the current is north. The B field due to this current at Our point of _: servation is Q est b) east c) south d) north e) down The lines of B inside the solenoid shown in the figure are; a) clockwise circles as one looks down from the top of the page oward the top of the page toward the bottom of the page e) no direction, B = 0 b: counterclockwise circles as one looks down from the top of the page The bar magnet in the figure is moving at a constant speed toward the coil. The current measured across the resistor a) flows from A to B flows from B to A c) is zero 4= A B In the circuit shown, there will be a non-zero reading in the galvanometer G only a) just after S is closed ‘ b) just after S is opened c) while S is kept closed d) never l ...
View Full Document

Page1 / 9

final_exam_spring_1999 - &amp;quot; 7 FINAL EXAM 7 c....

This preview shows document pages 1 - 9. Sign up to view the full document.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
Ask a homework question - tutors are online