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1/24/2010 1 Chap 16 Clicker questions A B Does a positive charge have more potential energy at point A or B? 1. A 2. B 3. same PE at A and B 4. none above Quiz Qn. 1

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1/24/2010 2 Quiz Qn.2 A 9.0 V battery is connected between two plates that are 4 mm apart. What is the magnitude of electric field between the plates? 1. 2250 N/C 2. 2.25 N/C 3. 9 N/C 4. 0.44 N/C Quiz Qn. 3 A uniform electric field, with a magnitude of 600 N/C, is directed parallel to the positive x-axis . If the potential at x = 3.0 m is 1000 V, what is the potential at x = 1.0 m? 1. 400 V 2. 1600 V 3. 2200 V 4. 2500 V
1/24/2010 3 Quiz Qn. 1 Which of the following characteristics are held in common by both gravitational and electrostatic forces when dealing with either point

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Unformatted text preview: masses or charges? 1. inverse square distance law applies 2. forces are conservative 3. potential energy is a function of distance of separation 4. all of the above choices are valid Quiz Qn. 5 A parallel plate capacitor is first charged and then the battery is disconnected. If the separation between the plates is now doubled, 1. the capacitance will double 2. the capacitance will become half 3. the capacitance will remain the same 4. the capacitance will become zero 1/24/2010 4 Are the two capacitors in parallel or series? 1. Parallel 2. Series 3. Neither Quiz Qn. 6...
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## This note was uploaded on 03/15/2010 for the course PHY 102 taught by Professor Luo during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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