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Unformatted text preview: . _ _ _... Physics 70 Winter 2o1o - . rmtymrrweaedaoyrreucoave - . DL Section #. m cMcadamr'c Coma, Signature. In an encounter stranger than anything out at Star Trek. Bob Spaceman [pronounced spe- cha-man} encounters a giant Space chicken. The chlclten's mass is about the same as Antatthaa: one of Jupiter's moons. Numerically: Mﬁm = 2 3; 1|)” kg. Bob and his space an“ together have a mass of: Maui. = III: kg. The er'icounter is pictured to the right. Milkmen = 2 K 1C!“I kg 1: Find the magnitude and direction of the force that the chicken's grayity exerts on Bob when bob is con km away from the chicken [careful with your unitsll. Show your work. Dare drum Tuner-cal «at Lead...“ Fink: ﬂh’o Git-m = “hi Mam CF _ [an 1111:“ I53 1*WIIE. 1 f“ {10" tu‘ In)" he“ = leﬁ'i‘ no k "i -. maﬁa-1 . "I new '27-: mt” 1" 5—,,- ” =-msu 2: Despite this force, Bob notices with some relief that he is not being pulled toward the chicken. His space suit tells him that both he and the chicken hays the same magnitude of electrical charge. His suit also tells him that he has a positive charge. Is the chicken positively or negatively charged? Explain your choice. LWCM need. +3 repel Bab. Lhtckm Hust- wee-tea. hen-H.— gee-HUI. eke-r31. 3: Find the magnitude of charge on Bot: and the chicken [remember both Bob and the chicken hate the same magnitude of charge}. Show your work. Fun” =MG ”Gila: ham” :- _ —n m _ .9ng G—TXIU IKE—\$2 Iii—9X10 C2 ...
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