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Unformatted text preview: This print—out should have 1!} questions. Multiple—choice questions mag}.-r continue on the next column or page — ﬁnd all choices behre answering. D111 lllﬂ points A particle of mass 62 g and charge {33 3.50 is released from rest when it is 53 cm from a second particle of charge —1'IIr ac. Determine the magnitude of the initial ac— celeration of the 52 g particle. Correct answer: 552.694 mfs2. Explanation: Let: mzﬁﬂg, q=ﬁSpC=ﬁ.3>-ilﬂ_sc. d253cm=D.53m. Q=—1‘FpC=—1.Txlﬂ—5C, and a. =a.asra x 1119. The ﬂame exerted on the particle is F :kﬂlaiiel 2mg 4 _ lliﬂl IIQII “all — kg W _ lea x 1a-5 of l—1.T x 10-5 c} _ kg {n.aaa kg) {I153 m2} = 552.6134me . 1Which electrostatic ﬁeld patterns are phys- ically possible?I 1. {In} only correct 2. {a} and {h} a. {a} only 4. {h} and {c} 5. {a} and {c} 6. {c} only,r Explanation: Electrostatic Lines of force do not intersect one another. Neither do the}.r form a. closed circuit {unless there is a changing magnetic ﬁeld present}. ...
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