Physics 1 Problem Solutions 195

# Physics 1 Problem Solutions 195 - 4 The change in electric...

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Chapt. 25 Electric Potential Multiple-Choice Problems 025 qmult 00100 1 1 3 easy memory: electric potential defned 1 1. The electric potential energy per unit point charge is the electric: a) power. b) Fulfllment. c) potential. d) shock. e) college. 025 qmult 00110 1 4 5 easy deducto-memory: electric potential defned 2 2. What is electric potential? It is the electric potential energy: a) PER unit point charge. It is a VECTOR feld like the electric feld. b) OF a charge. It is a VECTOR feld like the electric feld. c) PER unit point charge. It is a TENSOR feld unlike electric charge. d) OF oF a charge. It is a TENSOR feld unlike electric charge. e) PER per unit point charge. It is a SCALAR feld unlike the electric feld. 025 qmult 00120 1 1 4 easy memory: electric Force conservative Force 3. The electric potential can be defned since electrostatic charge gives rise to a: a) non-feld Force. b) feld Force. c) non-conservative Force. d) conservative Force. e) liberal Force. 025 qmult 00130 1 1 2 easy memory: path-independence oF potential
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Unformatted text preview: 4. The change in electric potential between any two points is the path between them. a) dependent on b) independent oF c) 0 V. d) 1 V. e) 10 V. 025 qmult 00140 1 4 1 easy deducto-memory: closed paths and potential 5. IF you go around any closed path in an electric feld (caused by an static distribution oF charge), your change in electric potential is: a) 0 V. b) ± 100 V. c) always greater than zero. d) always less than zero. e) shocking. 025 qmult 00150 1 1 2 easy memory: electric potential scalar addition 6. Since electric potential is a scalar it adds: a) like a vector. b) like a scalar. c) like a tensor. d) to zero always. e) not at all. 025 qmult 00160 1 1 1 easy memory: potential unit volt Extra keywords: physci 7. The units oF electric potential are: a) volts (V=J/C). b) joules. c) newtons per coulomb (N/C). d) webers (Wb). e) oersteds (Oe). 025 qmult 00200 1 4 2 easy deducto-memory: electronvolt defned...
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