APC25-26SimLabWorksheet2009

# APC25-26SimLabWorksheet2009 - Physics AP Simulated Lab Ch...

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Physics AP Name: _________________ Per.: _______ Simulated Lab: Ch. 25-26 Electric Potential Energy Simulation: Moving charge with attractive forces.. http://web.mit.edu/jbelcher/www/java/attLec/attPot.html 1) Use a ruler to measure the distance between the large red circles on the screen. These circles represent stationary 10 μ C point charges. The simulated distance between these charges is 300 meters. Determine the distance scale of the simulation. Measured distance between charges:________ cm Scale: one cm = _________ meters 2) The origin of the x -axis is the line between the two stationary 10 μ C point charges. The positive x -direction is to the right. Use the ruler to determine the initial position of the small black circle, which represents a mobile 1 μ C point charge. Initial position of 1 μ C charge: x o = ____________ meters 3) The initial rightward velocity of 1 μ C charge can changed with the slider bar at the top of the screen. Change the initial velocity and estimate the maximum rightward position of the mobile charge. Fill in the table below:

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