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the (total) EMF induced in the circuit at time zero. (15 points) Problem 3 5 arts 4 oints each : Circle the best answer. (1) Which of the following is the phasor expression for E = itsin (oat — z) + j;cos(cor + z) ? (d) E = + one”
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(e) none of the above (4) The inductance of a cylindrical solenoid:
(a) decreases as the permeability of the material inside the solenoid is increased
(b) will double if the number of turns of wire in the solenoid is doubled
(0) increases as the length of the solenoid is increased (keeping the number of turns constant)
)(does not depend on the radius of the solenoid
LEﬁrone of the above (5)—A boundary exists between free space (2 > 0) and a medium (2: < 0) having a = 480 and
n = 2u0 . The ﬁelds in the free space region are E = )“c + 42' (V/m), [’3’ i j; + 22 (A/m) While in
the lower region the ﬁelds are E 2 at + 2 (Wm) and 1—7! I 2}“) + :7 (A/m). What is the surface 1 anion the boundary?
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