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charge of +Q, and the inner sphere is charged with a total uniformly
distributed charge of Q. Using Gauss’s law and an appropriate
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as a function of Q and the radial distance from the center of the
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away from an inﬁnitelylong wire carrying a current of 20.0 A to the right, as shown above. a) When the particle is 2.00 meters away from the wire, as shown above, what is the
magnetic ﬁeld (magnitude and direction) at its location?
b) What is the force (magnitude and direction) exerted by this magnetic ﬁeld on the particle at this location?
c) What is the force (magnitude and direction) exerted by the charge’s magnetic ﬁeld on the wire?
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and a current of 2.0 amps is passed through the loop, what is the torque about
the axis (the dotted line) through the loop? ' b) The loop is now spun at an angular velocity of 314 s'l. What is the maximum
instantaneous emf induced in the loop? Write an expression for the emf induced in the loop as a function of time. a» T If; ”2% ﬂ NI" 5’5“ i4? :2 (“f l f }L;> V2,, ,9: ‘5“ 5,33va 2: 1,63 P“ tea“; pim c, ,> An LRC series circuit is connected to a source of ac emf. R = 10.0 Q, L is
unknown, C = 1.00uf, and VmX = 2.00V. a) Draw a schematic diagram of the circuit and label the components
with their values. b) At what frequency will the reactance of the capacitor be 20.0 Q? c) At what value of inductance L will the circuit be resonant at that
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