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PHY2054
Exam I 1.) A negative point charge q =6.25 X 10-9 C is xed in space at a position given by
Fq=(6 3+3 rm,
as represented in the diagram below. Calculate the magnitude and the direction of the electric eld
produced by this point
Practice Exam I
1.) A stationary charge q =4.50 X 109 C is located at a position given by
F :(4 i+6)m,
q
as represented in the diagram below. Do the following:
a) On the diagram below, draw a graphic representation of the elecuic eld this charge
would pro
Answers to PHY2054 Exam II, Spring 2017
1.) A carbon nucleus of charge q = 66 and mass M c = 2.01 X 1026 kg is xed at a point:
the position of which is i; = (651, 0) ,where a = 4.6 ><10_10 In . Do the following:
a) Calculate VP , the electric potential pr
Answers to PHY2054 Exam III
Spring 2017
1.) Two long, straight conductors carry currents 11 = 20 A and 12 = 15 A in the directions
indicated in the diagram below. Do the following
a) Find the net magnetic eld, magnitude and direction, produced by these cu
PHY2054 Practice Exam H
1.) A stationary electric point charge q = 6 X106 C is located at a point the position of which
is .
7-;=(5 +6 j)m
as represented in the diagram below. Do the following:
a) Calculate the electric potential produced by this charge a
m
1.) Two parallel, long straight conductors carry steady currents I 1 = 20 A and 12 = 15 A in So 9
the same direction, as represented in the diagram below. Note that a = 2.25 In. Do the k. a 1.
following: ,1 = c. -
a) Find the magnetic eld, magnitude and
PHY2054
Classical Electromagnetism
Solutions Manual
David Michael Judd
1.)
M Cu
Solutions to Problems for Chapter 33
Determine the number of electrons in a pure sample of copper if the sample has a mass of
= 0.00250 kg . The molecular mass of copper is 63
Lab Manual
Carey Witkov
Version 2: May 11, 2010
Chapter 12
Lab 12: Internal Resistance
of a Battery
12.1
Objectives
Measuring DC Voltage with a Voltmeter
Measuring DC Current with an Ammeter
Verifying Ohms Law
Introducing the resistance of a battery
1
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Applied Physics Lab
Lab #3: Photographic Analysis of a Falling Object
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results. Through this lab, I learned about mouse units and conversions, per
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Lab #10: Estimating Stellar Radii Using the Concept of Heat Transfer via Radiation
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results. Through this lab, I learned how t
PHY 1001
Unit Two Motion in 2 and 3 Dimensions
Mathematical Assignment
1. Identify the vector and scalar quantities from the following list. cfw_Temperature,
weight, displacement, velocity, speed, time, mass, acceleration
Vector
Scalar
2. A hiker walks al
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Applied Physics Lab
Lab #1: Measuring Reaction Time
I repeated the experiment below three times, and then proceeded to record the results. I
converted my results from centimeters and meters and then calculated my average reaction time.
Thro
PHY 1001
Unit Three Forces and Newtons Laws of Motion
Mathematical Assignment
The mass of a train is 30,000 kg. If the train accelerates at
2
1.1 m/s , what net force (in Newtons) acts on the train?
KeyIdeaStockofDataand
M=3000kga=1.1m/s^2
Solution
F=ma=3
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Applied Physics Lab
Lab #3: Photographic Analysis of a Falling Object
I thoroughly went through the experiment below, did the math, and then proceeded to record the
results. Through this lab, I learned about mouse units and conversions, per
PHY 1001
Unit Seven Electricity/Magnetism
Mathematical Assignment
1. 200 C of charge flows for 45 seconds. Calculate the electric current (in amps).
KeyIdeaStockofDataand
Solution
i = Q/t
=(200 C) / (45 s)
=4.44 A
SanityCheck
2. A current of 10 A flows th
PROBLEM SET for Unit 8 (Matter ) to prepare for quiz #8.
1. Vadim bought his wife a gold bracelet from a guy on the street for $100. If he drops it in a
beaker of water and the volume raises 400 cm3 and the mass is determined to be 0.5 kg, then is
the jew
Questions:
1. Why did you perform the experiment three times, averaging the
displacements, and not use only one displacement? If your answer is something
like "it's more accurate explain the reason that you think it is more accurate to
use three trials ve
PROBLEM SET for Unit 8 (Matter ) to prepare for quiz #8.
1. Vadim bought his wife a gold bracelet from a guy on the street for $100. If he drops it in a beaker of
water and the volume raises 400 cm3 and the mass is determined to be 0.5 kg, then is the jew
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Applied Physics Lab
Lab #6: Coefficient or Elasticity (or Coefficient of Restitution)
I thoroughly went through the experiment below, did the math, and then proceeded to record the
results. Through this lab, I learned how to measure the coe
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Applied Physics Lab
Lab #11: DC Electrical Measurements and Ohms Law
I thoroughly went through the experiment below, did the math, and then proceeded to record the
results. Through this lab, I learned about DC circuits, measurements, and ho
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Title in Textbook _Force and Motion_ Page Numbers_125-150_
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Score _ Name _ Date _ Period _ Page _
Cornell Notes
Title in Textbook _Introduction_and Review_ Page Numbers_1-37_
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1. Find on the internet or in a library (e.g., the CRC Handbook of
Chemistry and Physics) the ranges of coefficients of friction expected
for wood on wood, plastic on wood, metal on wood (or vice versa).
Were your results within range?
I found a table onl
1.
Calculate the coefficient of elasticity, e, for each type of ball.
e = sq root (h final / h initial)
2.
Basketball
58.67/44.27= sqrt 1.3=1.14
Volley ball
50.3/44.27 = sqrt 1.13=1.06
Golf ball
7/44.27= sqrt 0.158=.397
Racquet ball
45.67/44.27= sqrt 1.0=
1. In your own words define density, including it SI units. If a solid object with a uniform density
is cut in half (volume reduced by a factor of 2) how does the density of the new smaller object
change? Why is this a useful property in physics?
Density
Finster 1
Daniel Finster
Professor Rudzevich
PHY 2048
May 11, 2016
Interstellar
Interstellar is a sci-fi movie based on science. The movie is about few astronauts
that are travelling through a wormhole in order to reach to a different galaxy and to find a
Normal Force. Definition: The normal force, N , is the force exerted by a surface on an object
in contact with it.
The normal force is always perpendicular (at a right angle) to the surface.
Frictional force. Definition: Frictional force is the force that
Extra points Test #1
1. How many in are in 12 m?
2. What is the mass of 750 mL of water?
3. The weight of a car is 3500 lb. Find its weight in kilograms.
4. Find the metric weight of a 94-lb bag of cement.
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Extra points Test #2
1. A plane is flying due n