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Unformatted text preview: 1. 1/1 points All Submissions Notes Web Assign Ch24 HW2 S2010 (Homework) Kiyaniah Tilghman PY 208, section 003M, Spring 2010 Instructor: Keith Weninger Current Score : 8 / 16 Due : Thursday, April 22, 2010 12:30 PM EDT About this Assignment Extension Requests Question Points 1 2 3 4 5 1 0/1 4/5 3/6 0/3 Total 8/16 (50.0%) Description Electromagnetic radiation and accelerated charges Instructions Reading: Sec. 23.3-23.4 The due date for this assignment is past. Your work can be viewed below, but no changes can be made. Question: MI3 24.X.033 A proton is accelerated in the direction shown by the arrow labeled . You want to calculate the magnitude and direction of the radiative electric field which will be observed at the location shown by the vector . In which of the following diagrams is the vector correctly shown by the red arrow? C C A B C 2. /1 points Notes 3. 4/5 points All Submissions Notes D E F Question: MI3 24.X.006 An electric field of 10 6 N/C acts on an electron, resulting in an acceleration of 1.4 10 17 m/s 2 for a short time. What is the magnitude of the radiative electric field observed at a location a distance of 4 cm away along a line perpendicular to the direction of the acceleration? (No Response) 5.60e-08 N/C Question: MI3 24.X.030 A proton is briefly accelerated in the direction of the arrow labeled . At an observation location indicated by the vector on the diagram, is shown in red....
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CH24 HW2 - 1. 1/1 points All Submissions Notes Web Assign...

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