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PracticeExam2_A_F07_key - Practice Exam 2A - key PHYS 1102...

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Practice Exam 2A - key 1 PHYS 1102 Practice Exam - II SECTION: (Circle one) 001 (TH 9:30 AM to 10:45AM) 002 (TH 3:30 PM to 4:45 PM) Your Name: Student ID: You have 1 hr 45 minutes to complete the test PLEASE DO NOT START TILL YOU ARE INSTRUCTED TO DO SO You must show all your work on the answer sheets provided to get full credit. NO OTHER SHEET IS TO BE ATTACHED TO YOUR ANSWERS. Draw clear well labeled diagrams Determine a suitable coordinate system and show it on your diagrams Write down known parameters Determine the physical principles that apply Work out the problem algebraically, showing all your steps neatly. (show all your steps to get full credit ) Put a Box around your final answers Points will be deducted for answers without units or with incorrect units.
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Practice Exam 2A - key 2 1. A wire of length 2m and mass 20g is held horizontally. It has a current running through it. You have a second identical 2m long wire that you want to “float” 1 cm BELOW this wire. (20 pts) a. How much current would you need in each wire (assume you have the same current through
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course PHYSICS 1102 taught by Professor Sharma during the Spring '11 term at UNC Charlotte.

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