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Physics 21 — Introductory Physics II _ Spring 2010 Hour Exam  Closed Notes Student’s Name i February 16, 20/10/
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examination including the equation sheet. Please answer each question by writing the letter corresponding to your choice in the answer area.
Problem 1. Consider three particles with a charge q=0.50 uC on the any plane as shown in the ﬁgure. The particles are located on the .9 4 3
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uniform layer of charge, 6 =  2nC/m2. Parallel to the plane and a distance 5 = 10 cm from it there is a long line, L (shown in the ﬁgure endon), with
a uniform charge I = +10nC/m. 1. Consider the electric ﬁeld due only to the plane P. By symmetry,
the direction of the electric ﬁeld lines is (a) radially inward toward the origin of the coordinate system
(b) out from the plane P and parallel to the X axis (c) into the plane P and parallel to the X axis
(d) from any point on the plane toward line L. Answer: C 2. In order to calculate the electric ﬁeld due only to plane P, a Gaussian cylinder of P length 2D and cross sectional area A is used, as shown. Which of the following
equations expreSSes Ganss' Law applied to the cylinder? (a) 42:13:}? = 95— (b) 27rDE = 3:41
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(c) A cylinder with ends parallel to the line L and centered on the line L.
(d) A cylinder with axis of the cylinder along line L. ‘ I ' Answer: 4. Consider a point on the X axis, midway between plane P and line L. If a positive charge
were placed at this point, what direction would the net force on the charge have? (a) To the left (b) To the right.
(b) No force exists at that point (d) None of the above. Answer: A 5. Along the X axis, to the left of plane P, there is a point where the net electric field goes to
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