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Unformatted text preview: PHY2054 TEST II MULTIPLE CHOICE . Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) The resistivity of gold is 2.44 x 10'8 Q - m at a temperature of 20°C. A gold wire, 1.8 mm in diameter and 14 cm long, carries a current of 480 ma. The power dissipated in the wire is closest to: A) 0.077 mW B) 0.25 mW C) 014 mW D) 0.19 mW @31 mW 2) A 6.0 V battery that can store 500.0] of energy is connected to a resistor. How much electrical charge must flow between the battery's terminals to completely drain the batte ‘ it is fully charged? A) 0.01 C B) 0.07 C C D) 3000 C 3) An electron enters a magnetic field of 0.69 T with a velocity perpendicular to the direction of the field. At what frequency does the electron traverse a circular path? (The mass of an electron is 9.1 x 10-31 kg, and the charge of an electron is 1.6 x 10-19 C.) ' A) 1.9 x 1014 Hz B) 5.3 x 10-7 Hz @9 x 1010 Hz D) 5.3 x 10-11 Hz a circular coil of wire of 200 turns and diameter 6 an carries a current of 7 A. It is placed in a magnetic field of I. with the plane of the coil making an angle of 30° with the magnetic field. What is the torque on the coil? A) 1Norn B)1.8N-m C)8.2N-m D)1.5Nom E)5.9Nom 5) A negatively charged particle is moving to the right, directly above a wire having a current flowing to the right, as shown in Figure 1. In which direction is the magnetic force exerted on the particle? Figure 1 - Q M V I —o A) into the page B) out of the page pward D)downward E)the magnetic force is zero. 3) 6) Figure 2 I S 59 uF 6.8 MG Initially, for the circuit shown, the switdt Sis open and the capacitor voltage is 80 V. The switch S is closed at time t = 0. In Figure 2, the capacitor voltage when the time t is equal to 40.0 s is closest to: A)91V B)110V C)81V D) 100V @ZV 7) A very long straight current-carrying wire produces a magnetic field of 20 mT at a distance d from the wire. To measure a field of 5 mT due to this wire, you would have to go to a distance of A) Mi B) 811 C) 16d D) 2d 8) A charged particle of mass 0.0040 kg is subjected to a 4.0 T magnetic field which acts at a right angle to its motion. If the particle moves in a circle of radius 0.10 m at a speed of 2.0 m/s, what is the magnitude of the charge on the particle? A) 000040 c .020 c C) 50 c D) 2500 c 9) A square wire 2.0 cm on each side is oriented so that a 5.00 mT magnetic field makes a 30.0° angle with the normal to the plane of the square. If a 1.0 mA current causes a 32.0 N - m torque on the wire, how many loops does the wire make? ' A) 4.5 x 1010 B) 3.2 x 106 C) 1.6 x 1010 .2 x 1010 10) A charged particle moving within a static magnetic field A will always experience a magnetic force, regardless of its direction of motion. éay experience a magnetic force, but its speed will not change. may experience a magnetic force which will cause its speed to change. D) None of the above statements are true. Regular Problem (10 points each). 11. In Figure 3, the two long straight wires are separated by a distance of d = 0.40 m. The currents are 11 = 1.0 A to the right in the upper wire and 12 = 8.0 A to the left in the lower wire. Find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at th( center point 0, and also point P, a distance d/2 = 0.20 m below the lower wire? (NOTE: p0 = 411 x 10'7T - m/A.) M011 view “+055 g:e+Bz=‘/XID' , B ' iltv/MV.C’9 (Vl:;<‘) ' 37:7? —’ 8 x10 M O. 1) WWW“ 3,??? iii—£3 : m’étr), nzg:o.zm “5““ diYfiu‘fi/éfl’ am, We [Miter 65) I1$ cal/2 F6 ‘ A I) t’yaimes EIZKK;8)UD (T). K'YI d 0. I2 ‘ ‘ ~ 0’6 (g __ 1401'... ‘6 quote M P' 1' ”WWW" Br» W‘QB¥E 60‘.” wt ‘1‘ fie hwy/6V 0 U63?) 1, ”modules 3} - o 2 rr) . o the net 3 Mr P r; 3 ; Bz" g, 37.67XID.6(T) . (Nth-(1 mini/A9119 12 In Figure 4' “, consider the circuit sketched. The battery has emf c = 80 volts and negligible internal resistance. The ion resistors have resistances of R1 = 14 0, R2 = 21 0, R3 = 21 D, and R4 = 14 0. 'Find the voltage drop across R4. 2, «M 1?, me .‘n sages P‘nwlflé iii-t , i?” :R'fP’L: BFKI. \ Figure4 13,, WM R; we in [Mimi/a1 Nanak—gm , i/RB : ngtgéa—a gamipfioj Rn; Moi Rt me I‘m sen‘ag ch/eyfiém _ >0 Ref 2 D; fl?*:27.l)l‘ (11 l 8 ”(+6 Lamar/4’ PM”? fitntfl [fit is I:[email protected];:2,if [A ) The Volht/u, acras< R‘f is “24:1?“ :4'.3 (v) r I The Mob/em (cm also be SoLva-l WEI/I k-‘rdthH’S "J“. ...
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  • Physics

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