8.02 Exam 2 Information Fall 2007 TEST TWO Thursday Evening 7:30- 9:30 pm November 15, 2007. The Friday class immediately following on Nov. 16, 2007 is canceled because of the evening exam. What We Expect From You On The Exam (1) An understanding of how to calculate magnetic fields in highly symmetric situations using Ampere’s Law, e.g. as in the Ampere’s Law Problem Solving Session. (2) An understanding of how to use Faraday’s Law in problems involving the generation of induced EMF's. You should be able to formulate quantitative answers to questions about energy considerations in Faraday’s Law problems, e.g. the power going into ohmic dissipation comes from the decreasing kinetic energy of a rolling rod, etc. (3) The ability to calculate the inductance of specific circuit elements, for example that of a long solenoid with N turns, radius a, and length L. (4) An understanding of the nature of the motion of an electric charge in constant magnetic and electric fields, including in “crossed-fields,” i.e. when E
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