Unit 02-3 Lecture 2 - Given - 2 . C. Stay the same. ....

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Q Q If the charge on both metal plates ( Q ) were doubled, what would happen to the magnitude E of the uniform electric field etween the plates? between the plates? A. Decrease by a factor of 14 . B. Decrease by a factor of 12 . y C. Stay the same. D. Increase by a factor of 2. E. Increase by a factor of 4.
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Q Q If the charge on both metal plates ( Q ) were doubled, what would happen to the potential difference (voltage) V etween the plates? between the plates? A. Decrease by a factor of 14 . crease by a facto of B. Decrease by a factor of
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Unformatted text preview: 2 . C. Stay the same. . crease by a factor of 2. D. Increase by a factor of 2. E. Increase by a factor of 4. When the plates are moved apart, what happens to the voltmeter reading? A. Goes up. B. Goes down. C. Stays the same. V When the plates are moved apart, what happens to the magnitude of e charge on the charge on each plate? A. Increases. B. Decreases. C. Stays the same. V When the charged plates are V moved apart, what happens to the voltmeter reading? A. Goes up. B. Goes down. C. Stays the same....
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Unit 02-3 Lecture 2 - Given - 2 . C. Stay the same. ....

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