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Physics 222 Final Fall 2011 Answer Sheet 31 C) 0.20 A 41 A) 37.5% 51 D) less than 1/4 32 B) 4.00*10 3 m/s 42 B) 3.0 cm 52 C) A sharp “A” 33 A)+x or –x direction 43 D) 10 λ 53 A) Between 20 μF and 40 μF 34 C) 0.16 m 44 D) faster than 0.8 c but slower than c. 54 E) 1.93 35 C) 0.81 V 45 E) 7.34 × 10 14 Hz 55 D) 26 B) 1.6 N 36 E) 0 V 46 D) 100 eV 27 E) 0 37 C) 1.1 μ F 47 B) 1.9 eV
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Unformatted text preview: 28 C) 4000 V 38 C) 1.90 48 E) 10 29 B) It increases 39 D) Negative y-direction 49 A) 30 D) Decrease two times 40 E) Virtual, erect and smaller then the object 50 A) It should increase, because more electrons are thermally excited from the valence band into the conduction band. Page 1 of 1...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course PHYSICS 222 taught by Professor Ogilvie during the Fall '05 term at Iowa State.

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