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Unformatted text preview: Physics 102 FORM 0 [1.] Two charges of +1.0nC and ~l.0,u.C are 12 cm apart. The magnitude of the electric field
midway between these charges is: [A] 0 [B] 2.5 MN/G @50 MN/C [n] 7.5 MN/C [E] 10 MIN/C [2] The Work required to move +2.5nC of charge from a 50—V to a lO—V equipotential surface
is: [A]—5.0n3 [B]1B.0p.J {0] 100,41 @nsoin [E] (1.50le [3] A 75—W light bulb operates on a potential difference of 95 V. Find the current and the
resistance in the bulb. ‘
[A] 0.113 A and 12 o [B] 0.653 A and 15 n [C] 0.789 A and 120 n
[D] 1.115 A and 120 Q [E] none of above. [4] A non—ideal battery has a 9.0 V emf and an internal resistance of 0.50 (2. Determine
the terminal voltage when tbeurrent drawn from the battery is 1.6 A. '
C [A] 5.4 V [B] 6.0 V 8.2 V [D] 9.2 V [E] 9.8 V [5] Two long parallel wires carry currents of 20 A and 5.0 A in opposite directions. The wires
are separated by 0.10 In. What is the strength of the magnetic ﬁeld midway between the
two wires? [A 2.0 X 10—5 T [B] 4.0 x 10—5 1‘ [o] 6.0 X 10*"5 T [D] 8.0 x 10‘5 T
@311 X 10‘5 T . [0] A circular coil of copper wire is lying fiat on a horizontal table. A bar magnet is held with
its south pole downward, vertically above the center of the coil. The magnet is released
from rest and falls toward the coil. As viewed from above, you can say that, as it falls, the , agnet induces
[A] clockwise current in the loop. [B] counterclockwise current in the loop.
no current in the loop. [D] an emf but no electric current in the loop. [E] Not enough information is provided. ['5] Which one of the following is the correct representation of the electromagnetic waves from
longer wavelength to shorter waveiength?
[A] radio waves, infrared, microwaves, UV, visible, X—rays, gamma rays
[B] radio waves, UV, X—rays, microwaves, infrared, visibie, gamma rays
C] radio waves, microwaves, visible, prays, infrared, UV, gamma rays
triadic} waves, microwaves, infrared, visible, UV, X—rays, gamma rays
" radio waves, infrared, Xrays, microwaves, UV, visible, gamma rays [8] A verticaliy polarized beam of light of intensity 50.0 1W/rn2 passes through two ideal
polarizers. The ﬁrst polarizer makes an angle of 20° with the vertical transmission axis,
and the second one makes an angle of 40° with thevertical transmission axis (in the same
direction as the ﬁrst one). What is the transmitted intensity of this beam of light? [A] 11.7 var/m? [s] 10.5 W/m2 @390 W/m2 [1)] 66.5 W/m2
[E] 78.0 W/rn2 . Physics 102 FORM 0 [9] A scuba diver is 10 m below the surface of a lake (7’; m 1.33) and turns on his ﬂashlight
which emits light in all directions. On the surface of the lake, the area is illuminated in a circle. What is the diameter of this Circle? ‘
[A] 8.8 in [B] 11.4} In [C] 17.5 m @228 In [El insufﬁcient information [10] During a. long night of studying for your physics exam, the best way to prevent eyestrain
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{El none of the others will help [11] Monochromatic light is incident upon tw0 slits 0.180 mm apart. The resulting interference pattern is observed on a screen 1.65 m away. If the spacing between nzinirna is 5.00 mm,
the wavelength ofthe light is: [A] 475 nm .546 mm [C] 582 nm [33] 633 nm [E] 652 nm [12] A particle of rest mass m travels at a speed of 0.800c relative to the laboratory. its observed
momentum will be: {A] 3/5 mc [B] 3/4 me [0] me @4/3 me [E] 2mc [13] In the photoelectric experiment, the current ceases as the wavelength of the monochromatic
light is increased to 445 nm. The work function of the cathode is {A} 3.63 eV [B] 2.46 eV @229 at [D] 3.53 ev [s] 4.22 eV [14] What is the de Broglie wavelength of an electron (me = 0.511 MeV/cg) that has been
accelerated through a potential difference of 200 V? _ [A] 1.4x10”29m [B]6.1frn [Cl86.7fm @ss.7pm {allowance [15] A large collection of nonnrelativistic electrons has a mean kinetic energy of 1.0 eV with a
corresponding spread/ uncertainty in their momenta of 10%. What is the corresponding
nnnimum spread/ uncertainty in their positions? Va]: ><10“‘a m [1815 X 10”9 m {0]1 >< 10's m [n] 3 x 108 m [16] Determine the energy of the photon emitted when the electron in a hydrogen atom
nndergoes a transition from the n m 8 level to the n m 6 level. @8.165 eV [3] 0.212 eV [0] 0.356 eV [D] 0.567 eV [13] 13.6 eV [17] How many diilerent set of quantum numbers are possible for the n = 3 shell?
[A] 10 [B] 14 @13 [D] 27 {31] 32 [18} Estimate the Kc! (is. due to a transition from the L shell to the K shell) X—ray wavelength
for a zirconium atom (Z w 40). [A 3.00 x10’“ rn {3] 3.47 x 1011 m [(313.60 x 10”” 111
{@7.99 X 1011 m [s] 5.13 x 10*10 m Physics 102 FORM 0 [19] The nucleus of a particular isotope of beryllium contains 4 protons and 5 neutrons. Which
nucleus has a radius that is approximately 3 times that of this isotope? {was {mam [01 as“: 0313 (atom [20} Fermium—253 has a half—life of 3.00 days. A sample of fermium has 1.47 X 108 nuciei. How
long will it take for there to be only 6.72 x 106 fermium nuclei in this sample? [A] 9.80 days 13.4 days [C] 15.7 days [D] 27.5 days [E] 58.6 days [21} A11 air—ﬁlled parallel—plate capacitor with a plate separation of 2.5 mm has a capacitance of 35 1313‘.
(a) What is the area of each of the capacitor’s plates?
(b) What is the maximum voltage that can he applied to this capacitor Without causing dielectric hreakéown‘? (The dielectric strength ot air is 3.00 X 106 V/m.) (c) What is the maximum energy which can be stored in this capacitor?
(cl) A resistor with resistance 400 1:9 is connected across the capacitor when it is charged to carry the maximum energy as calculated in part (c). How much time (ices it take for the
capacitor to lose 50% of its initial charge? KSUA “9AM Cd : (35x10"‘2F)(2.5x10"3m)
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has 750 circular turns of radius 4.5 cm, éistributed uniformly altmg its 25cm length. (a) What is the energy density (energy / volume) inside the solenoid?
(b) What is the magnitucie of the magnetic ﬁeld there?
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Borg commander stops his crippied starship to effect repairs. Suddenly, long~range sensors
detect a Federation vessel approaching him from his port side at 0.700, and a Klingon Bird—
omerey approaching him from his starboard side at 0.656. (Note: port and starboard refer
to the left and right sides of the ship when facing toward the front of the vessel.) (3.) At What relative speed will the Federation and Klingon vessels be approaching each other?
(10 points) (13) If the Klingon Bird~omerey ﬁres a. phase: blast (it’s light w like a laser) at the Borg ship,
at What speed. Will Captain Sula on the Federation starship measure the leading edge of
this light weapon approaching him? Do not simply state a postulate! You must do the
calculation. (10 points) [A] Let the subscripts B, K, F, and P refer to the Borg, Klingons, Federation ships,
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m(§He) : 4.002603 u, m(gn) = 1.008665 u. (e) Find 23. , (b) \Vrite down an algebraic expression for the energy proéuced in this reaction in terms of.
mGH), m(§He) and m(én), and calculate the energy produced in this reaction in MeV
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