Unit02_3Ans - +Q +Q −Q −Q If the charge on both metal...

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Unformatted text preview: +Q +Q −Q −Q If the charge on both metal plates (±Q) were doubled, the magnitude E of the uniform electric field between the plates would: If the charge on both metal plates (±Q) were doubled, the magnitude of the potential difference (voltage) V+ − V− would: A. decrease by a factor of 1 4. B. decrease by a factor of 1 2. C. stay the same. D. increase by a factor of 2. E. increase by a factor of 4. A. decrease by a factor of 1 4. B. decrease by a factor of 1 2. C. stay the same. D. increase by a factor of 2. E. increase by a factor of 4. When the plates are moved apart, the voltmeter reading: A. goes up, B. goes down, C. stays the same, V V while the magnitude of the charge on each plate: A. increases. B. decreases. C. stays the same. When the charged plates are moved apart, the voltmeter reading: A. goes up. B. goes down. C. stays the same. Which capacitor stores more charge? A. 1 μF B. 2 μF C. Both store the same charge. 10 V 1 μF 2 μF Which capacitor stores more charge? A. 1 μF B. 2 μF C. Both store the same charge. (A) 10 V 1 μF (B) 2 μF ...
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Unit02_3Ans - +Q +Q −Q −Q If the charge on both metal...

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