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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Physics 8.02 Spring 2010 Problem Set 10 Due: Tuesday, April 20 at 9 pm. Hand in your problem set in your section slot in the boxes outside the door of 32- 082. Make sure you clearly write your name and section on your problem set. Text: Liao, Dourmashkin, Belcher; Introduction to E & M MIT 8.02 Course Notes. Week Eleven AC Circuits Class 25 W11D1 M/T Apr 12/13 Undriven RLC Circuits; Expt. 8: RL Circuits and Undriven RLC Circuits Reading: Course Notes: Sections 11.5-11.11 Experiment: Expt. 8: RL Circuits and Undriven RLC Circuits Class 26 W11D2 W/R Apr 14/15 Driven RLC Circuits Reading: Course Notes: Sections 12.1-12.7 Class 27 W11D3 F Apr 16 PS08: RLC Circuits Reading: Course Notes: Sections 12.8-12.9 Week Twelve Self Inductance & Magnetic Energy M Apr 19-T Apr 20 Patriot’s Day Holiday Class 28 W12D2 W/R Apr 21/22 Expt. 9: Driven RLC Circuits, Maxwell’s Equations and Displacement Current; Poynting Vector & Energy Flow. Reading: Course Notes: Sections 13.1-13.3, 13.12.3-13.12.4 Experiment: Expt. 9: Driven RLC Circuits Drop Date Thurs Apr 22 Class 29 W12D3 F Apr 23 PS09: Poynting Vector and Energy Flow in a Capacitor Reading: Course Notes: Sections 13.1-13.3, 13.12.3-13.12.4

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Problem 1: Show that ( ) m cos sin cos At Bt Q t ω ωω φ + =+ , where () 12 22 m QA B , and = tan 1 BA ( ) . Problem 2: In an LC circuit, the electric and magnetic fields are shown in the figure. Which of the following is true? Explain your answer At the moment depicted in the figure, the energy in the circuit is stored in 1. the electric field and is decreasing 2. the electric field and is constant.
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