Electromagnetic Fields
Exam No. 1
February 1, 2002
Solve the following 3 problems. Each problem is 1/3 of the grade. To receive full credit, you must
show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your assumptions clearly. Reasonable
assumptions tha
ELECTROMAGNETICS I
October 24, 2014
Exam No. 2
Solution
Answer the following four questions. Write clearly, concisely and legibly. You may use
any material, including your notes, book, etc. but you cannot borrow material during the
exam. You are encourage
Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 2
October 25, 2013
Solutions
Please read the exam carefully. Solve the following 4 problems. Each problem is 1/4 of
the grade. To receive full credit, you must show all work. If you need to assume
anything, state your assumptio
Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 2
October 25, 2013
Solutions
Please read the exam carefully. Solve the following 4 problems. Each problem is 1/4 of
the grade. To receive full credit, you must show all work. If you need to assume
anything, state your assumptio
Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 3
July 30, 2001
Solution
Solve the following 5 problems. Each problem is 20% of the grade. To receive full
credit, you must show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your
assumptions clearly. Reasonable assumptions t
Electromagnetic Fields
Exam No. 1
September 28, 2001
Solve the following 3 problems. Each problem is 1/3 of the grade. To receive full credit, you must
show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your assumptions clearly. Reasonable
assumptions t
Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 2
July 16, 2004
Solutions
Solve the following 4 problems. Each problem is 25% of the grade. To receive full credit, you must
show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your assumptions clearly. Reasonable
assumptions
Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 2
November 7, 2003
Solution
Please read the exam carefully. Solve the following 4 problems. Each problem is 1/4 of the grade.
To receive full credit, you must show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your
assumption
Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 2
November 1, 2002
Please read the exam carefully. Solve the following 4 problems. Each problem is 1/4 of the grade. To
receive full credit, you must show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your assumptions
clearly
Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 2
July 12, 2000
Solve the following 5 problems. Each problem is 20% of the grade. To receive full credit, you must
show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your assumptions clearly. Reasonable
assumptions that are n
Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 3
December 4, 2000
Solve the following 4 problems. Each problem is 25% of the grade. To receive full credit,
you must show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your assumptions clearly.
Reasonable assumptions that ar
304-351A, Electromagnetic Fields
Final Exam
December 14, 2001
Solution
1. e9.8. In chapter9.problems.extra.Two loops, made of thin wire carry equal and
opposite currents as shown in the figure below. The radius of each loop is a and the
distance between t
Electromagnetics I
Final Exam
December 15, 2000
Solution
Solve the following 5 problems. Each problem is 20% of the grade. To receive full credit,
you must show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your assumptions clearly.
Reasonable assumptio
Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 3
December 1, 2003
Solution
Please read the exam carefully. Solve the following 4 problems. Each problem is 1/4 of the grade. To
receive full credit, you must show all work. If I cannot understand what you are doing, you will
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Electromagnetics I
Exam No. 2
December 12, 2003
Please read the exam carefully. Solve the following 4 problems. Each problem is 1/4 of the grade. To
receive full credit, you must show all work. If you need to assume anything, state your assumptions
clearl
ELECTROMAGNETICS I
October 24, 2014
Exam No. 2
Solution
Answer the following four questions. Write clearly, concisely and legibly. You may use
any material, including your notes, book, etc. but you cannot borrow material during the
exam. You are encourage