physics2b schuller quiz1solutions

physics2b schuller quiz1solutions - Quiz #1 Solutions 10 am...

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Quiz #1 Solutions 10 am Section (Section A) Version A Version B Version C Version D 1 B C B A 2 B C A A 3 D B B D 4 D B B A 5 B B C C 6 C A B E 11am Section (Section B) Version A Version B Version C Version D 1 B A D A 2 A A C B 3 A D C D 4 D B C A 5 B C A A 6 B B E A (Very) Brief explanations of each of the problems are provided below. Version A of both section’s quiz is provided for reference. If you have any questions that are not answered by these brief explanations, please email Bryan ( btoth@physics.ucsd.edu ) or myself (Jason, jleonard@physics.ucsd.edu ) for additional help. Jason
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1. Simply use Coulomb’s Law and plug in numbers. Remember that 1nm = 10 -9 m. 2. This problem is somewhat tricky. Begin by drawing a free body diagram, the write out F=ma for both x and y directions. In the x direction you have tension and the electrostatic force between the two spheres (Coulomb’s law) and in the y direction you have gravity and tension. Divide the two equations to remove eliminate the T
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