MidTerm134_F10_solns

MidTerm134_F10_solns - ECE I34 Mid-Term Exam Fall 2010...

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ECE I34 Mid-Term Exam Fall 2010 MID.TERM EXAM Name: ?cl*-*r.'.,r 5 You have 75 MINUTES to complete this exam. A one-page note sheet is allowed, otherwise there should be no books or other materials in your purview. You may use a calculator if necessary. When you are finished, check that your name appears prominently and legibly on the front page. The exam is worth 100 points total. IMPORTANT POINTS FOR GRADING: SHOW ALL WORK. ANSWERS GIVEN WITHOUT GLEAR SUPPORTING EVIDENGE OF INDEPENDENT WORK WILL BE IGNORED. GIRGLE ANSWERS. THOSE NOT CLEARLY MARKED AS YOUR FINAL ANSWER WILL BE IGNORED. BE NEAT. ILLEGIBLE OR SLOPPY WORK WILL BE IGNORED. "When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong." - Arthur C. Clarke's First Law Page 1 of6
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ECE 134 Problem I Mid-Term Exam Fall 2010 (20 points) A static space-charge distribution fills the region between two parallel plates as shown. The plates have a cross-sectional area A and are separated by a distance L, and the electrostatic potential between the plates is found to be 6 t o(x)_zosin(#) a. Find the electric field vector E between th l,,- ) -*{g: -ft; , ? Telates
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2010 for the course ECE 134 taught by Professor York during the Fall '08 term at UCSB.

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MidTerm134_F10_solns - ECE I34 Mid-Term Exam Fall 2010...

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