Physics for Scientists and Engineers 8ed - ch29 - end of chapter questions

Physics for Scientists and Engineers 8ed - ch29 - end of chapter questions

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Questions W denotes answer available in Student Solutions Manual/Study Guide; O denotes objective question Questions 2, 3, and 4 in Chapter 11 can be assigned with this chapter. 1. O Answer each question yes or no. Assume the motions and currents mentioned are along the x axis and fields are in the y direction. (a) Does an electric field exert a force on a stationary charged object? (b) Does a magnetic field do so? (c) Does an electric field exert a force on a moving charged object? (d) Does a magnetic field do so? (e) Does an electric field exert a force on a straight current-carrying wire? (f) Does a magnetic field do so? (g) Does an electric field exert a force on a beam of electrons? (h) Does a magnetic field do so? 2. O Electron A is fired horizontally with speed 1 Mm/ s into a region where a vertical magnetic field exists. Electron B is fired along the same path with speed 2 Mm/s. (i) Which electron has a larger magnetic force exerted on it? (a) A does. (b) B does. (c) The forces have the same nonzero magnitude. (d) The forces are both zero. (ii) Which electron has a path that curves more sharply? (a) A does. (b) B does. (c) The particles follow the same curved path. (d) The particles continue to go straight. 3. O Classify each of the following as a characteristic (a) of electric forces only, (b) of magnetic forces only, (c) of both electric and magnetic forces, or (d) of neither electric nor magnetic forces. (i) The force is proportional to the magnitude of the field exerting it. (ii) The force is proportional to the magnitude of the charge of the object on which the force is exerted. (iii) The force exerted on a negatively charged object is opposite in direction to the force on a positive charge. (iv) The force exerted on a stationary charged object is zero. (v) The force exerted on a moving charged object is zero. (vi) The force exerted on a charged object is proportional to its speed. (vii) The force exerted on a charged object cannot alter the object’s speed. (viii) The magnitude of the force depends on the charged object’s direction of motion. 4. O Rank the magnitudes of the forces exerted on the following particles from the largest to the smallest. In your ranking, display any cases of equality. (a) An electron moving at 1 Mm/s perpendicular to a 1-mT magnetic field. (b) An electron moving at 1 Mm/s parallel to a 1-mT magnetic field. (c) An electron moving at 2 Mm/s perpendicular to a 1-mT magnetic field. (d) An electron moving at 1 Mm/s perpendicular to a 2-mT magnetic field. (e) A proton moving at 1 Mm/s perpendicular to a 1-mT magnetic field. (f) A proton moving at 1 Mm/s at a 45° angle to a 1-mT magnetic field. 5. O At a certain instant, a proton is moving in the positive x direction through a magnetic field in the negative z direction. What is the direction of the magnetic force exerted on the proton? (a) x (b) - x (c) y (d) - y (e) z (f) - z (g) halfway between the x and - z axes, at 45° to both (h) The force is zero. 6. O
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2010 for the course PHYS 2326 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at HCCS.

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Physics for Scientists and Engineers 8ed - ch29 - end of chapter questions

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