132 Sample Final

132 Sample Final - Physics 132 Winter 2006 Final Exam...

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Physics 132 Page 3 of 17 Final Exam Winter 2006 Sample Questions 1) Charge Q is distributed uniformly throughout a hollow spherical insulating shell. The net electric flux through the outer surface of the shell is a) 0 b) Q/ ε 0 c) Q/2 ε 0 d) Q/(2 πε 0 ) e) Q/(4 πε 0 ) 2) The electric field due to a uniform distribution of charge on a hollow spherical shell is zero: a) everywhere b) nowhere c) only at the center of the shell d) only inside the shell e) only outside the shell
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Physics 132 Page 4 of 17 Final Exam Winter 2006 Sample Questions 3) The potential difference between to points is 100 V. If a charge of 2 C is transported from one of these points to the other, the magnitude of the work done is: a) 2 J b) 50 J c) 100 J d) 200 J e) 400 J 4) An electron is accelerated from rest through a potential difference V. Its final speed is proportional to a) V b) V 2 c) V d) 1/V e) 1/ V
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Physics 132 Page 5 of 17 Final Exam Winter 2006 Sample Questions 5) A conducting sphere has charge +Q and potential V relative to the potential far away from the sphere. If an additional charge Q/2 is added to the sphere, what is its final potential? a) V/2 b) V c) 3V/2 d) 2V e) 3V 6) The equipotential surfaces associated with an isolated point charge are: a) radially outward from the charge b) vertical planes c) horizontal planes d) concentric spheres centered on the charge e) concentric cylinders with the charge on the axis
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Physics 132 Page 6 of 17 Final Exam Winter 2006 Sample Questions 7) Each plate of a capacitor stores a charge of magnitude 10 -6 C when a 100 V potential difference is applied. The capacitance is: a) 10 -8 F b) 10 -6 F c) 10 -4 F d) 10 -2 F e) 1 F 8) The capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor can be increased by:
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PHYS 132 taught by Professor Beatty during the Winter '08 term at Ohio State.

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