CH17-HW02-FALL2010

CH17-HW02-FALL2010 - 1 CH17-HW02-FALL2010 Rachel Pereira...

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12/14/11 CH17-HW02-FALL2010 1/6 www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=3173271 Current Score : 16 / 23 Due : Sunday, October 2 2011 11:59 PM EDT 1. 2.5/2.5 points | Previous Answers MI3 17.3.X.049 Locations A, B, and C are in a region of uniform electric field, as shown. Along a path from A to B, the change in potential is -1800 V. The distance from A to B is 0.24 m. What is the magnitude of the electric field in this region? | | = 7500 7500 V/m V/m Read the eBook Section 17.3 2. 1/1 points | Previous Answers MI3 17.4.X.008 In the figure, along the path from i to f , what is the direction of the electric field? Is Δ V = V f V i positive or negative? CH17-HW02-FALL2010 (Homework) Rachel Pereira PHYS 272-Fall 2011, Fall 2011 Instructor: Virendra Saxena Web Assign The due date for this assignment is past. Your work can be viewed below, but no changes can be made. up right down left cannot be determined
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12/14/11 CH17-HW02-FALL2010 2/6 www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/view_key?dep=3173271 Read the eBook Section 17.4 3. 1/1 points | Previous Answers MI3 17.4.X.048 In the figure, along the path from i to f , what is the direction of the electric field? Is Δ V = V f V i positive or negative? Read the eBook
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