Phys212Exam1practiceSolutions(1)

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Unformatted text preview: Physics 212 Exam 1 practice problems 1) Two equally charged spheres of mass 1.0 g are placed 2.0 cm apart. When released, they begin to accelerate at 256 m/s 2 . What is the magnitude of the charge on each sphere? A) 110 nC B) 91 nC C) 75 nC D) 59 nC 2) A hydrogen nucleus, which has a charge e, is situated to the left of a carbon nucleus, which has a charge 6e. Which statement is true? A) The electrical force experienced by the hydrogen nucleus is to the left, and the magnitude is equal to the force exerted on the carbon nucleus. B) The electrical force experienced by the hydrogen nucleus is to the left, and the magnitude is greater than the force exerted on the carbon nucleus. C) The electrical force experienced by the hydrogen nucleus is to the left, and the magnitude is less than the force exerted on the carbon nucleus. D) The electrical force experienced by the hydrogen nucleus is to the right, and the magnitude is equal to the force exerted on the carbon nucleus. 3)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2012 for the course PHY 212 taught by Professor Aaronsup during the Spring '12 term at Boise State.

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