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Unformatted text preview: Physics 216  Exam One
February 26, 2011 Name: Multiple choice (please circle only W): é 1. What are the units of an Electric ﬁeld? (a) N (b) J (d) J/C (e) both a and d (t) none of these 2. What are the units of Electric Potential?
(a) N (b) J (c) (N  m)/C (d) J/C ' (e) both c and d ‘ (f) none of these 3. Consider two solid charged spheres with equal but oppOsite charge. if the spheres
are separated by a distance r (so that they are not overlapping), the electric force
between them is (a) Attractive and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. (b) Repulsive and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. i
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§ (c) Attractive and linearly proportional to the distance between them. .(d) Repulsive and linearly proportional to the distance between them. (e) Attractive and doesn’t depend on the separation. 4. At the dot, the electric ﬁeld points
(assume all charges are of equal magnitude): (a) Left.
(b) Right. Down. (e) The electric ﬁeld is zero. Physics 216  Exam One
February 26, 2011 5. A proton is released from rest at Point B, where ,
the potential is 0 Volts. Afterward the proton __100 V 0 V +100 V
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Co 1 l l 6. Consider the following twodimensional cross sections through three dimensional closed surfaces. Rank in order from largest to smallest the electric ﬂux through the
surfaces A to D. (a) A, B, C, D (b) A, B, D, c (c) B, , A. D (d) B, A, c, D (e) Not enough information to solve. 7. Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the
magnitude of the forces a proton would experience
if placed at each of the points (a through e) inside
this perfect parallelplate capacitor. (A) a and b same, then c, then d and e same
(B) d and e same, then c, then a and b same
(C) b, a, c, d, e (D a, b and 0 same d, e
(E) All points are equivalent 2.0 20 Physics 216  Exam One
February 26, 2011 Instructions:
1. Do all of your work on these pages. 2. If you need more space, you may use the back of the page or additional sheets of
paper but clearly indicate the number of the problem. 3. Show all of your steps in problems for full credit. 4. Be clear and neat in your work. Any illegible work, or scribbling in the margins, will not
be graded. 5. Please draw a box around your final answers. Problems: 1. State Gauss’ Law and explain what it means physically. §=§Eooﬁ= 9% O
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February 26, 2011 a. Sketch the distribution of charge for the conductor (on the ﬁgure). b. What is the total charge on the inner surface of the conductor? [E c. What is the total charge on the outer surface? d. What is the electric ﬁeld far outside the conductor? “4%? " "mw " " / be
3. Two inﬁnite lines of charge, each with linear charge density l , lie along the x and y 20 axes, crossing at the origin. What is the electric field strength at position (x,y)? FHAA s’vux \‘V Physics 216  Exam One
February 26, 2011 Z o 4. Consider a 2.0 cm by 2.0 cm parallel plate capacitor with a 2.0 mm spacing which
is charged to 1.0 nC (pictured below). First a proton and then an electron are released from rest at the midpoint of the capacitor (ignore the effect of the particles on each other).
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collides with one of the plates? 3&ka *raNA 5: (“1, ﬂ AKA WoJ‘K
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