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SVINARICH_PHYS_224_053_FINAL - PHYS-224 Name Einal Exam...

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Unformatted text preview: PHYS-224 Name Einal Exam sUMMER 2005 I Show all work. (9,0 Have a good work term. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) A positive test charge q is released near a positive fixed charge Q. 9 Q . “iced As q moves away from Q, it will move with ( A) constant acceleration. Charge\ - B) increasing acceleration. '4 C) constant velocity. F \1/ as d" 5 law (Q [P ) decreasin acceleration. f ._\- (g g V d m (1 2) A proton is located at x = 3.0 run, y = 0.0 nm and an electron is located at x = 0.0 nm, y = 3.0 nrn. Find the force on the electron. due Hie p rot‘on A) 5.0 x 10-18 N :l B) 5.0 x 108 N C) 8.4 x 10-15 N @13x 10-11 N 1Fl= '43? :1; 2 12 : (%t@“)( I; was _ ,l. ' ‘fCwaD't'z‘ééJ q. PHYS—224, Final Exam , Summer 2005, page 2 3) Two 4.0 cm x 4.0 cm electrodes spaced 2.0 mm apart form a parallel-plate capacitor. Inside the capacitor the electric field strength is 8.4 x 106 N / C. What is the charge on each electrode? A)99nC _.: p ,. :Gt/ B)59nC C /Ec {/2 A @120nc 2 0/2) A D)54nC . ° (3Q = so It E -— (3.85x¢0*"2)(qx Io‘lffirquw —— quwo‘70 4) Two equal and opposite charges a certain distance apart are called an electric "dipole". A positive test charge +q is placed as shown, equidistant from the two charges. F++ -' <1 (test charge) F \ G) <3) Which diagram below gives the direction of the net force on the test charge? . @M 2?“ - B) QM 5) As an electron moves {min a‘high-potential toaflowfpotential, its electrical potential energy ‘ A)remainSConstant. ' l ' fi- V- '7 ' ~ decreases. 7' , r. I . 7‘ E 7.. B) ‘ @mcreases. ‘ + - ' * ” ' high low [f9 leon would \L in U] PHYS—224, Final Exam , Summer 2005, page 3 6) A charge of 8.0 HC and a second charge are initially far apart. If it takes 20] of work to bring them to a final configuration in which the 8.0 “C is at x = 1.0 m, y = 1.0 mm, and the other charge is at x = 1.0 mm, y = 3.0 mm, find the magnitude of the unknown charge. ‘3 A) 2.78 MC U = M. $1 $2. B) 1.12 uC r- @0 56 ac _ U p D) 1.12 nC 6‘ 1 ‘ a _ (zoflleo‘ 3) (Qxloqi (Swo‘b) = 556x10‘7e 7) Three capacitors of equal capacitance are arranged as shown. The voltage drop across C1 is 90.0 V. What is the voltage drop across C 3? @mov B) 90.0 V \n/ C) 270 V D)360V-".. IQ N p E A f3 h) ll [I A . PJ‘ 1. 0]— N I-—\J PHYS—224, Final Exam , Summer 2005, page 4 8) How much current will be flowing through a 51.0 m length of copper wire with radius 5.1 mm if it is connected to a source supplying 56.0 V? (The resistivity of copper is 1.68 x 10—8 Q - m.) A)33x108A 1_ B)3200A V=IR R: C)190nA I = L ‘ m VTrrz @5300A_ R ‘ PL = Tyr— : (SéX'rrKrsilx/o‘BJZ ( 1,58x/o‘8)(5/) = _) 9) A wire carries a 3.0 A current along the x—axis through a magnetic field B = 3.0/i\+ 9.0/j\T. If the wire experiences a force of 23.01: N as a result, how long is the wire? A)2.6m —‘__ —“ "‘ ‘ Z‘ A 4; B 0.85m F “LL-LB _ 'L 3 %> O C)0.81m ‘ 3 q 0 10) A ring with a clockwise current (as seen from above the ring) is situated with its center directly above another ring, which has a counter—clockwise current, as shown below. In what direction is the net magnetic force exerted on the top ring? /. {H'ch Sldcl‘. ~ :.‘.'.‘:.:.j_.’i?r-_‘1§f iiiéP'P-osilre" dimes/1+ ‘ em/ m3 is; " 'B)downwardfr 1. ‘ ‘ C) Thenet force is zero. ' D) Impossible to determine ' PHYS—224, Final Exam , Summer 2005, page 5 11) A square conductor with 1.0 m sides is placed in the yz plane. The magnetic field in the area increases uniformly from 5.0/i\T to 9.0’i‘T in 2.0 s at a constant rate. What is the emf that this changing magnetic field induces in the conductor? d I} 2.0 V : Hie fl 1 {— 7” @ C) xiii/V :_ (l)z( j— P) D) —4.5 V ' X :"QV indLLLeolI,T cw as seen ’t by observer loo? 12) A circular wire ring is situated above a long straight wire, as shown below. The straight wire has a current flowing to the right, and the current is increasing in time at a constant rate. Which statement is true? 2 Ewdnufl iv OFF”; Linc changing great) Emg amended by ‘l-hc. wine.Ii-’l\ as I T. [—5 A) There is no induced current in the wire ring. B) There is an induced current in the wire ring, directed in a counter—clockwise orientation. C) here is an induced current in the wire ring, directed in clockwise orientation. SHORT ANSWER. _Write the word'or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. 4 Q 13-) A closed, circular loop.has a‘cur'rent‘flowing through it. If a second, closed, circular loop with the same radius ‘ approaches this loop along atommon axis as' shown, in what direction will a current flow the approaching ‘ " loop? Draw Variarrowron the approaching loop and write clockwise or counterclockWise... _{ ‘ " sfflfl€9f5¥¢€5, _ . _ H ,..e;;y H;.¢3Kf alodcwige reef? ‘ 4:: ‘ _w1,w. passedfi ~PH93:224)*‘ PHYS-224, Final Exam, Summer 2005, worked out problems ri H below 14 A negatively charged particle is moving to the left: Irectly above a wire having a current flowing to the left as shown below. In which direction is the magnetic force exerted on the particle? I Q) upward B) downward C) into the page D) out of the page E) The magnetic force is zero since the velocity is parallel to the current. WORKED OUT PROBLEMS ‘Gti tinder U‘ '- # 15. A solid, conducting spheregf radius R has a surface charge density of a. Starti g with Gauss’s Law and showing ALL steps, find the expression for the electric field inside and outside the cylinder. Graph the Electric Field vs. r. ’ (yeah firm/2,, = CW; 34yde owe E constant on 638- CW Er<R=? E :0 C%ena=0 [96cm6 W Mediauge is on #ie standard) Er>R= . PHYS-224, Final Exam, Summer 2005, worked out problems #16. Two point particles, Q = +7 ,uC are located as shown. The points A and B are (0,4m) and (0,0) respectively. Q 62 V: + = 1K7 a. Find the change in potential VB— VA. b. If a point charge, q = -3[IC of mass 4 x 10"3 kg is released from rest at point A, what is its speed at point B? l a. v3 = 2m [a] ‘ l VA = [E42432] V2] : 2. L __ _J_ 4m V6~vfl=gu<a l: 3 s] = :2 (quot) (7x10 6) [J5 ~39 —— O t. A44=i3Av= fimttrsl—flf) m3; LL”? mAV '= 12(‘3HU-6M'L63HDH) :0 an to“? = /.5_C}'vtll)3m/_S # 17. A uniformly charged rod has a linear charge density, A and total length L. Starting with V = j qu/r , let x be the variable of integration, and make the appropriate substitutions in the integral to find the expression for the potential at point P. Use the symbols as defined in the figure. If you need any additional symbols, ' CLEARLY define them in the figure. You do not need to solve the integral. PHYS-224, Final Exam, Summer 2005, worked out problems t vector notation, at point P due the long de and direction in uni at the origin and point P f the page. The current-carrying wire is #18. Determine the magnetic field, magnitu s 1.5 A of current out 0 straight wire that carrie is at (4m, 2m). A (sf/MID—8 Esinae.e° 2 + 0.05.26.65 6.7!“sz [— 04/472 + 0.24qu ' ‘30 r3le 4' EOHT Il th an inner radius 5.0 mm and an outer radius of 30 mm conducts a 4.0 A current #19. A hollow cylinder wi magnetic field at a point 11 mm from its center? Start with 'out of the page. What is the magnitude of the Amphere’s Law and show all steps. @Eo d5 z/aojem. E Constanta} on ‘ Babel-5’ . ‘~ {1 . BJZ'trr vac : ' 12w , . _ . r . . ...
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