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# P202s04-exam01 - Seat Physics P202 R Heinz/R de Ruyter EXAM#1 February 5 2004 6:308:30 PM INSTRUCTIONS 1 Please indicate with form(1 2 3 or 4 exam

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1. Which of the following procedures could create a charge of +1.0 pC on an object that is originally neutral? A) Add 6 6.25 10 × electrons to it. B) Remove 6 6.25 10 × electrons and protons from it. C) Add 6 6.25 10 × electrons and protons to it. D) Remove 6 6.25 10 × protons from it. E) Remove 6 6.25 10 × electrons from it. 2. Three point charges are located on the x-axis. The first charge, 1 10 C q µ = , is at 1.0 m x =− ; the second charge, 2 20 C q µ = , is at the origin; and the third charge, 3 30 C q µ = , is located at 2.0 m x = . What is the force on q 2 ? 1.65 N in the negative x -direction B) 3.15 N in the positive x -direction C) 1.50 N in the negative x -direction D) 4.80 N in the positive x -direction E) 4.65 N in the negative x -direction 3. Four point charges are located at the corners of a square,1.0 m by 1.0 m. On each of two diagonally opposite corners are 1.0 µ C charges. On each of the other two
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P202s04-exam01 - Seat Physics P202 R Heinz/R de Ruyter EXAM#1 February 5 2004 6:308:30 PM INSTRUCTIONS 1 Please indicate with form(1 2 3 or 4 exam

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