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Unformatted text preview: Physics 222, Summer 2010
EXAM # 3
Monday, July 26,2010 Name (Printed): 6:7 /t{ [4,.
Section Number: Recitation Instructor: INSTRUCTIONS: 1. This is a one and one half ( 1 72) hour exam consisting of 25 multiplechoice questions.
Each question is worth 1 point. I will count your best correct answers for a total of up to 25
points. Use your previous bubble sheets answering questions # 51 through it 75 2. Use a number 2 pencil when marking your bubble sheet. Do not use ink. Ask for a pencil
if you did not bring one. Fill in the appropriate bubble completely. If you need to change any
entry, you must completely erase your previous entry. Also, circle your answer on the
exam. 3. Carefully read each problem and its five possible answers before beginning to work on
the problem. Select only one answer for each problem. Choose the answer that is closest to the correct one. 4. Before handing in your exam, be sure that your answers on your bubble sheet are what
you intend them to be. You should copy down your answers on a piece of a scratch paper
for comparison with the answer key to be posted later. 5. When you are finished with the exam, place all exams materials, including the bubble
sheet, the exam itself, and scratch paper that you used for the exam, in your folder and
return the folder. Good Luck!
 Art Meyers 51. if yes; have a solenoid in series with a shunt resistance of 50 f} with the AC voltmeter across the
shunt reading 2.5 votts. This soienoid has 70 turns in 10 cm in each of S iayers. The soienoid has
a diameter of 4 cm. What is the Brms field in the solenoid (in Tesla]? A 2.20><1t)'5 2.20 x 10“ 5 {7,3 be {Ia/L)
C} 1.55 x 10"
D 300 x 10““
E} 11.0 x 10"
52. if a coil of 200 turns with a diameter of 2.5& cm is placed inside the above Solenoid (assume 8m}, = 8 x 10" T) what will be the Em,S voitage read in an AC voltmeter or a digital scope {in voits}
if the frequency = 2000 Hz? A} 78.98
B} 7.90 , I. _ Pg.
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53. The speed of waves in a vacuum is given by
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54. Reiates net magnetic flux to net {total} enclosed magnetic charge
A] Ampere—Maxwell Law
3] Faradav’s Law
(I) Gauss’ Law for Electricity
Ga uss’ Law for Magnetism _ M
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55. Reiates net eiectréc flux to enclosed electric charge
A} Ampere—Maxwell Law
8 Faradav’s Lew
Gauss’ Law for Etectricity
Di Gauss’ Law for Magnetism .
E} norm of these . 4'
86. Relatesinduced electricity field to changing magnetic flux " A Ampere~Maxweii Law
{ET Faraday/5 Lew
C] Gauss’ Law for Electricity Di Gauss' Law for Magnetism
E} acme of these 57. 59. 60. 61. Reiates induced magnetic field to changing electric ﬂux but not to current r—_.__._..— A) AmpereMaxweﬁ Law
B] Fa raday’s Law
C) Ga uss’ Law for Electricity D Gauss’ Law for Magnetism none of these Consider an oscillating LC circuit with L 2 J0 m H and C = 4.0 uF, the current is initéaily a
maximum. How long before the capacitor is charged for the first time? . r” a ____ u N? ,...,.:,?
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E) none of these. . “cf. LC osciElators are used in circuits connected to ioud speakers to create electroriic muséc. What
inductance must be used with a 6.7‘uF capacitor to produce frequency of 10 kHz? — f
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ind UCtOFS each with the original inductance L and two capacitors each with the originai
capacitance C are Egal! wired in series and the circuit is compieted with the osciliator. The
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B} 12.43
C} 22.5 x 40.6
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the surface. if the area of the surface is decreased: A] The radiation pressure increases and the radiation force increases.
8} The radiation pressme increases and the radiation force decreases.
. The radiation pressure stays the same and the radiation force increases.
The radiation pressure stays the same and the radiation force decreases.
E The radiation pressure decreases and the radiation force decreases. it you put a point source of fight S at a distance d in from of screen A. How is the tight intensity
at the center of the screen changed if you put a completer reflecting mirror M at a distance 2 d
behind the source (Ratio of New Intensity to Original Intensity}. See ﬁgure: A} 25! 26 Mirror _ M Screen A 
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of X is: A) ego
a} 0.98
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A person with a height of 200 cm wants to see their entire height in a fttli mirror mounted on
the wall. What is the ieast height the mirror must have? (in cm} Assume: Venice; tength of mirror = height A) 50 * @ 100 3159:". i? (12/
} 150 D} 200 E) not enough informatioe given For a certain series RLC Circuit, the maximum generator EMF is 125 V and the maximum current
is 3.20 A. If the current leads the generator EMF by 0.982 rad, what is the impedance of the
circuit? . i (f 52”“ 5/ , I. . .
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of initially unpolarized iigiit, which iiiuminates the front polarizer and then through it to aiso
illuminates the polarizer directly behind with polarized light. The incident intensity is the same
on all f0ur pairs of pciarizing sheets. Rank the pairs according to intensity of'transmitted light
through both polarizing sheets, from greatest to least: M, ﬁrm—rm 3f} ”’ n'vtdk‘i 71.. A real inductor and a 50 p. F capacitor are the eiements of a LRC circuit. The real inductor has
an inductance of 80 mH and a resistance of 48 ohms. The Cis’cuit is in a state of undamped
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Cd. The index of refraction of the plastic is 1.48. The giass surface forms a 60° angle with the plastic surface. The angie of incidence B is set at 62“. Ray cd is 101“) percent polarized but ray be
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