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Unformatted text preview: Phasors and AC (sec. 31.1) Resistance and reactance (sec. 31.2) RLC series circuit (sec. 31.3) Power in AC circuits (sec. 31.4) Resonance in AC circuits (sec. 31.5) Transformers (sec. 31.6) Alternating Current Ch. 31 C 2009 J. Becker PREPARATI ON FOR FI N AL EXAM At a minimum the following should be reviewed: Gauss's Law - calculation of the magnitude of the electric field caused by continuous distributions of charge starting with Gauss's Law and completing all the steps including evaluation of the integrals. Amper e's Law- calculation of the magnitude of the magnetic field caused by electric currents using Ampere's Law (all steps including evaluation of the integrals). Far aday's Law and Lenz's Law- calculation of induced voltage and current, including the direction of the induced current. Calculation of integr als to obtain values of electric field, electric potential, and magnetic field caused by continuous distributions of electric charge and current configurations (includes the Law of Biot and Savart for magnetic fields).configurations (includes the Law of Biot and Savart for magnetic fields)....
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