PH 2223 01
Quiz I-A
January 14, 2003
Name:_Column:_ Show your work completely including units in every step. Box in your final answer. Suppose there is a 1.0 kg particle at the origin. There is a 2.0 kg particle at the point (x,y) = (0, 3.0m) and
1. Introduction. The purpose of the experiment is to become more familiar with tools use
for electronic measurements. The oscilloscope uses a cathode ray tube to measure the
differences between voltages. The output looks like the teeth of a saw blade. The
1. Introduction. This experiment will study the trajectories of electron trajectories and the
way they are used in cathode ray tubes. The experiment will consider the electron to be a
point mass that follows Newtowns laws of motion. The deflection of an e
1. Introduction. This lab uses computer assistance to determine the measurement of g of a freefalling body. G is acceleration due to gravity. The determined value will be used for later
experiments. The graph of velocity time graphs slope is g.
2. Methods
PH 2223 01
Test I-A
February 4, 2003
Name:_Column:_ Instructions: Read carefully. On this page darken the letter of the best answer like this []. Each question is worth 6 points. Show your work in a neat and orderly fashion on your scratch paper t
PH 2223
Quiz V-A
March 25, 2003 Column:_
Name:_ The switch in the circuit at right is closed at t = 0. The capacitor is initially uncharged. Starting with Kirchhoff's G )V = 0, show all steps in deriving an expression that gives the charge, q, on
PH 2223 01
Quiz III
February 18,2003
Name:_Column:_ Show your work clearly starting with the symbolic form of any equation you use. Box in your answers including correct units. The diagram at right represents two charged plates 2.5 cm apart. One p
PH 2223 01
Test II-B
March 4, 2003
Name:_Column:_ Darken the [] of the letter of the correct answer. For possible partial credit, on your scratch paper number and show your solutions clearly. Staple your scratch paper to this test. e = 1.60210-19
PH 2223
Test III-A
April 15, 2002
Name:_Column:_ Darken the [] of the letter of the correct answer. To have a chance for partial credit you must hand in well-organized scratch paper on which work is clearly shown. Staple the scratch paper to the b
PH 2223 01
Quiz IV-A
February 25, 2003
Name:_Column:_ Box in your answers after showing clearly how you get them. Consider two capacitors: C1 = 10 :F and C2 = 40 :F. What is the equivalent capacitance if the two are connected (a) in parallel?
(b)
PH 2223
Quiz VII-A
April 24, 2003
Name:_Column:_ In the circuit shown at right the switch, S, is closed at t = 0. (a) For some later time write out Kirchhoff's voltage equation for a clockwise "trip" around the loop. Start below the battery and wr
PH 2223
Quiz VI-A
April 1, 2003
Name:_Column:_ An electron traveling along the +x direction at 6.5106 m/s encounters a uniform magnetic field of 2.5 T in a direction that is parallel to the x-z plane. B makes a 30 angle with the +x direction on th
PH 2223
Quiz II-A
January 23, 2003
Name:_Column:_ A total charge Q is uniformly distributed over a wire of length 2b that is centered at the origin. Find the electric field on the xaxis at x = b. (a) First, without detailed calculation, explain wh
1. Introduction. The purpose of this lab is to apply the scientific method to answer a simple
question. The lab will help you determine which variable will have an effect on the
period of the pendulum. The variables include the angle, length of the string