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Unformatted text preview: PHYS 2212, Test 4, November 18th, 2009 Name (print) ______£§%_:__Q_é ________________________________________________________________ Instructions 0 Read all problems carefully before attempting to solve them. 0 Your work must be legible, and the organization must be Clear. 0 You must show all work, including correct vector notation. 0 Correct answers Without adequate explanation will be counted wrong. 0 Incorrect work or explanations mixed in with correct work will be counted wrong. Cross out anything
you don’t want us to read! 0 Make explanations correct but brief. You do not need to write a lot of prose. 0 Include diagrams! a Show what goes into a calculation, not just the ﬁnal number, e.g.: g = W =
5 x 104 0 Give standard SI units with your results. Unless speciﬁcally asked to derive a result, you may start from the formulas given on the
formula sheet, including equations corresponding to the fundamental concepts. If a formula
you need is not given, you must derive it. If you cannot do some portion of a problem, invent a symbol for the quantity you can’t
calculate (explain that you are doing this), and use it to do the rest of the problem. Honor Pledge “In accordance with the Georgia Tech Honor Code, I have neither given
nor received unauthorized aid on this test.” Sign your name on the line above The PHYSICS 2212 FINAL EXAM will be:
Dec 8th from 2:50pm  5:40pm
Please read the announcement on WebAssign. Problem 1 (25 Points) At a particular instant, an antiproton (a particle with the mass of the proton, and charge ——e) is traveling
with velocity (2.5 X 105,0,O> m/s. In this region there is a uniform electric ﬁeld of (1.5 X 104, 0,0) N/C,
due to charged plates not shown in the diagram, and a uniform magnetic ﬁeld of (0, O, —0.03) T, due to
large current—carrying coils not shown in the diagram. (a l7pts) Calculate the net force on the antiproton at this instant, neglecting the effects of the Earth’s
magnetic and gravitational ﬁelds. Your answer should be a vector. Clearly show all steps in your work.
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answer to part (a). That is, the relative length of your arrows should correspond to vector magnitudes. Problem 2 (25 Points) A large diskshaped plate of plastic of radius 2 m has a
charge of ~5 x 10‘8 coulombs distributed uniformly over
its surface. The center of a solenoid, of length L = 2
m and composed of N = 3000 turns of wire, is located
0.5 cm from the charged plate. At a particular instant a
proton is inside the solenoid, traveling along the 3: axis
with velocity 17 =< —3 X 104, 0, 0 > m/s. For a solenoid, the magnetic ﬁeld inside is uniform everywhere, parallel NI
to the axis and given by: B m MOT. (a l6pts) Determine how much current I must be run through the solenoid to keep the proton from being deﬂectedgoward fie cliaiged disk. )5 ._>,. .2 — p17 X‘B)’
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plate when viewed from above (the positive yaxis). On
this ﬁgure draw: the direction of current ﬂow in the
solenoid, the direction of the force on the proton due to
the solenoid and the direction of the force on the proton
due to the charged plate. Vector lengths must be scaled
to correspond to the relative magnitude of the vectors. Problem 3 (25 Points) Voltmcz‘cr A bar (L = 18 cm, h = 5.2 cm and
d = 2.1 mm) made of a conducting
material is connected in series to
a power supply with emf 2 +115
volts. A voltmeter is attached ver
tically across the bar, with the
leads directly opposite each other,
and reads +2.8 X 10—5 V, Large
coils not shown in the diagram cre
ate a magnetic ﬁeld of 0.7 tesla in
the +z direction. A voltmeter gives a positive reading if the negative lead (COM) is connected to the lower potential location,
and the positive lead is connected to the higher potential location. (a 3pts) What is the direction of E“, the electric ﬁeld inside the bar due to charges on the surface of the
wire, and in and / or on the power supply? Briefly explain how you know this. ~76 b/c MM ml at m Lam cs
ﬂ'l" l/liallutr (Jake/tidal. (b 3pts) What is the sign of the mobile charges in the bar? Brieﬂy explain how you know this. ~H/LL VDH’M‘l(«r Mtg; (war—ﬁve ) CCi’lvL VIC virtue, lot/oar .2ch 0? M bar (‘5
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Wm), rte 0“ wlodw've— charges (‘5 ”P (c 3pts) What is the direction of the drift velocity of the mobile charges? +x 5&4 Powi (0L) 0r (‘0) (d 3pts) What is the direction of the magnetic force on the mobile charges? Brieﬂy explain how you know
this. .2 _—> «1 W +1 372MB (e 3pts) What is the direction of El, the transverse (or perpendicular) electric ﬁeld due to the magnetic
polarization of the bar? +3 fasi‘HN chawﬁes 6w loa‘l’ﬁiom
cl: bar, Nch‘Hk/LQ Chou/“0‘9. Cavri~cv5 (Okleci' cm 42>? (f 6pts) What is the drift speed of the mobile charges? Show all steps in your work. my“) 7&5vzaw V43=EL= 7: VA: 53!. ML... : 947.!0' “4/5 Eh ' (0‘77“)(5’2‘10V2M) (g 4pts) There are 4 X 1024 mobile charges per cubic meter of this material. The absolute value of the charge of one mobile charge is +6. What is the value of the conventional current in the circuit? Show all
steps in your work. jrzm/lvd T (/ Q'lo‘lc’c)(‘/'/0?4 “7.3) (9240’V")(7~"/0ym)(3“""/04/'%l j : 36.84%0’2A Problem 4 (25 Points) An inﬁnitely long, solid plastic cylinder (radius R) has negative charge distributed uniformly everywhere
in the cylinder’s volume. Any section of the cylinder with radius R and length L contains a total negative charge —q. By symmetry, the electric ﬁeld points radially inward at all locations outside, on and inside
the cylinder. (a 9pts) On the diagram below, draw the electric ﬁeld vectors at locations A, B and C. Gauéﬁiﬂw
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