Quiz02 - Physics 222 Fall 2011 Quiz 2A 1. Electric charge...

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Physics 222 Fall 2011 Quiz 2A 1. Electric charge is distributed uniformly along an infinitely long, thin wire. The charge per unit length is λ>0. By applying Gauss's law determine the magnitude of E(r), the electric field at a distance r from the line charge. (Show your work.) 2. Three capacitors with capacitances, 6µF 1 = C , 3µF 2 = C , 5µF 3 = C are shown below. The capacitor network is connected to an applied potential V ab . After the charges on the capacitors have reached their final values, the charge on the second capacitor is = 2 Q 40.0µC. What is the charge 1 Q on capacitor 1 C ?
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Physics 222 Fall 2011 Quiz 2B 1. By applying Gauss's law find the electric field caused by a thin, flat, infinite sheet on which there is a uniform positive charge per unit area σ. (Show your work.) 2. Three capacitors with capacitances, 8µF 1 = C , 2µF 2 = C , 5µF 3 = C are shown below. The capacitor network is connected to an applied potential V ab . After the charges on the capacitors have reached their final values, the charge on the second capacitor is = 2 Q 10.0µC. What is the charge 1 Q on capacitor 1 C ?
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course PHYS 5863005 taught by Professor Meyer during the Fall '09 term at Iowa State.

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Quiz02 - Physics 222 Fall 2011 Quiz 2A 1. Electric charge...

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