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101_1_mid_term_sol - / MthfRM éOLLsTIoMJ EElOl Midterm;...

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Unformatted text preview: / MthfRM éOLLsTIoMJ EElOl Midterm; Student Name: Student ID# (OPEN BOOKS AND NOTES} (1) (7 fits) Evaluate f0" faznflaf - 2 + a? o y + a2" -2|2) (hp d6 + I: Inflow + £15? + a2| + as) dcp d6=? (R,t9,go) and (x,y,z) define the Spherical and Cartesian coordinate systems, respectively. ‘a’ is just a constant where #0. _} “(9%).4449 :1 'fi'Q‘yr ‘fisfi' 0° “IT'er GD 2: \3QI1#JQ+ [We c499e19+jfo24¢c49= + a ($M9a>¢/£45{05M¢; + 0-56 3M5 no \ 4t», TAJ'jM aha-95 not Emlwkd,wz— IS a Menu—7‘5) at Mot @ 1‘ “6133+ 59) (Afir 3%) (2) {20 fits) Determine the initial direction of the deflection of the charged particles [i.e., the force acting on the particles! as they enter the magnetic fields as shown below. The charged particle is entering the magnetic field region from the left (as shown below) with a constant speed. The arrow on the charged particle indicates the initial velocity vector of the particle. Draw your answers on the figures shown below. Also EXPLAIN your result briefly! ##— - (a) E ' 1:1 ("J “'7 "f (9. eq ®®®® . line, \i‘ 1 fl “‘ ‘3 ®®®® 9 AOL abomina- Lsnu should ®®®® puma. ®®®® - AM PW rm; NIL elm” firm 4 r “57’. t“: (b) @ B - “q :I; “0 all/Hec‘ém , Cr—ss ‘3“ Elf H : Vficfl'kflf 5 “"1"; _ (C) (3) {21 pts) A perfectly conducting metallic sphere of radius R is placed in vacuum and is loaded with a total charge of Q. You can aSSume Q is positive. (a) Find the electric field (both magnitude and direction) everywhere in space, including within the couduc’tor body. (b) Find the voltage at the center (i.e., the core) of this metallic Sphere. (c) Find the voltage at the surface of this metallic sphere (4) (24 pts) You are given a uniform sphere of charge with a radius 1:: and a volume chargedensity of p. This Spherical charge density is located in vacuum. Calculate the amount of electrostatic energy stored in the following regions: (a) inside the sphere. (b) outside the sphere. (c) What would be the additional ener needed to double the radius of the charged sphere to 25, while still keeping the uniform charge density pthe same. (a) R < [o {Dns‘cio—Ju e we} = 4'1. (gm -+E= i; { 2 15-11-er g - W€:%E€Eld\/ — 3-;— R1(R15M9ciedflol¢): V o 00 Q 7. 5- b 111" u eel-er we [wet — m 39,93- WT” as @ Wg=liaE2clV = 33% 1“: 122w Ahead -..—. Loo ...
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