Electrical Engineering 117A - Spring 1996 - Midterm 2 - EE 117A Midterm 2 Spring 1996 EE 117A Spring 1996 Midterm II Problem 1 of 4(25 points What is

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EE 117A, Midterm 2, Spring 1996 EE 117A Spring 1996 Midterm II Problem 1 of 4 (25 points) What is Stoke^Òs theorem (in words or formulas)? What is the divergence theorem ( in words or formulas)? How much energy do you need to move one electron from the positive plateto the negative plate of a 10 μ F capacitor thatis holding a charge of 0.001 Cb? Below you are given the intensity of the electric field at one pointof a boundary, inside material "1". Sketch the F 2 at the other side of the boundary. Both material are dielectrics Sketch the forces (direction only, do not calculate size) exerted on thesquare loop by the infinitely long conductor. Sketch the direction of thetotal (net) force. Problem 2 of 4 (25points) (1 of 3)1/27/2007 4:28:57 PM
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EE 117A, Midterm 2, Spring 1996 a) Three point charges Q1=-9 (?C), Q2 (?C) and Q3 = -36 (?C)are arranged on a straight line. The distance between Q1 and Q3 is9 (cm). It is claimed that a location can be selected for Q2 suchthat each charge will experience a zero force.
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