Physics 1 Problem Solutions 190

Physics 1 Problem Solutions 190 - c) that NEITHER implies...

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Chapt. 24 Gauss’s Law Multiple-Choice Problems 024 qmult 00100 1 1 1 easy memory: Gauss law, high symmetry 1. Gauss’s law gives a way to easily obtain a formula for the electric Feld of a charge distribution in cases of: a) high symmetry: principally, planar, cylindrical and spherical symmetry. b) low symmetry: e.g., irregular objects, charged atmospheric clouds. c) indi±erent symmetry. d) strange symmetry. e) charm symmetry. 024 qmult 00200 1 4 1 easy deducto-memory: equivalent physical laws 2. To say that two physical laws or postulates are equivalent means: a) that EACH implies the other. Thus EVERYTHING that can be deduced from one can also be deduced from the other. Coulomb’s law and Gauss’s law in electrostatics ARE an example of equivalent laws. b) that ONE implies the other, but not vice versa. Thus EVERYTHING that can be deduced from one can also be deduced from the other. Coulomb’s law and Gauss’s law in electrostatics ARE NOT an example of equivalent laws.
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Unformatted text preview: c) that NEITHER implies the other. Thus NOTHING that can be deduced from one can also be deduced from the other. Coulombs law and Gausss law in electrostatics ARE an example of equivalent laws. d) that EACH implies the other. Thus NOTHING that can be deduced from one can also be deduced from the other. Coulombs law and Gausss law in electrostatics ARE NOT an example of equivalent laws. e) that they REFUTE each other. 024 qmult 00300 1 1 3 easy memory: electric ux 3. The quantity i surface v E d v A is the: a) electric potential. b) electric Feld. c) electric ux through a surface. d) magnetic ux through a surface. e) magnetic potential. 024 qmult 00400 1 1 2 easy memory: Gauss law formula 4. The formula c surface v E d v A = q enclosed is: a) the dierential equation form of Gausss law. b) the integral equation form of Gausss law....
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