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Unformatted text preview: Department of Physics, Lehigh University Physics 21 — Introductory Physics II Spring 2011
Hour Exam 1 February 16, 2011
Closed Notes 4: 10 — 5:10 PM
Student’s Name Recitation Section Number Recitation Leader’s Name The test is a multiplechoice examination. First, check to be sure that you have a sixpage examination, including the equation sheet. Please answer each question by writing the letter corresponding to your
choice in the answer area. Answers marked outside the answer areas will not be scored. Problem 1: You have two charges. One charge is located at x=  3.0m. and has a value of 4.0 Coulombs.
The other charge is located at x = +3.0 m and has a charge value of  2.0 Coulombs. 1) What is the magnitude of the force between the two charges?
(a) 7.0 N (b) 6.0 x 10 9 N
(c) 57 N
(d) 2.0 x 109N Answer: 2) What is the force on a charge, q, of charge value 1.0 C placed at the center (x = 0.0 In) between
them? (a) 6.0 x 109N (b) 84 x 109 N (c) 2.0 xio9N 0\
(d) 6700 N Answer: 3) Where on the x axis will the force on a 1.0 C charge be zero due to the two original charges?
(a) 35.673 m (b) 4.6 in
(c) 89.21 m (d) 17.484 In ' Answer: 4) What is the x component of electric ﬁeld at x I 0.0 m, y = 3.0 In due to the two original charges?
(a) 89 x109 N/C (b) 43.25 x 109 N/C (c)2.12X109N/C C
(d) — 76 N/C Answer: 5) What is the y component of electric ﬁeld at x = 0.0 m, y = 3.0 In due to the two original .harges?
(a) 5.21 x 104N/C 7 5 (b) 650 x 109 MC
(0) 37 NC
(d) 7.07 X 108 MC Answer: Problem 2: 1) Consider the following statements: I. If an enclosing surface has zero total electric ﬂux through it, then E = O everywhere on the surface. II. If an enclosing surface has E z 0 everywhere on it, then the
total electric ﬂux through it is zero. (a) Only statement I is correct (b) Only statement His correct (0) Neither statement is correct ((1) Both statements are correct Answer: 2) A point charge Q is at the center of two Gaussian spheres, sphere l of radius R and sphere 2 of radius
2R. How does the total electric ﬂux through the two spheres compare? (a) It depends on the sign of the charge (b)eR=e2R=0 (C) @R = 9523 i 0 C
(d) @523 < @523 Answer: 3) A point charge Q is at the center of two Gaussian spheres, sphere 1 of radius R and sphere 2 of radius
2R. How does the strength of the electric ﬁeld at the surfaces of the two spheres compare? (5) ER = E2R 3 0 (b) ER 2 Ezra 5’5 0 (C) ER > Em C
(d) E R < E2}; Answer: ' 4) A point charge 9! is at the center a Gaussian sphere of radius r0. Later, the charge is moved to the right a distance ro/Z, but the sphere remains where it was. How do the total electric ﬂu}: through the
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