Solution for Homework 4 Adding Electric Fields and Field Maps
Solution to Homework Problem 4.1(Four Charges in a Square )
Problem: For the system of charges at the right:
(a)On a separate sheet of paper draw the field map of the
system of charges at the r
Solution for Online Homework 3 Beginning Electric Fields
Solution to Online Homework Problem 3.1(High Voltage Power Lines)
Problem: If a long straight isolated wire is charged to 100, 000V above ground using a high-voltage power
supply, a linear charge de
Solution for Homework 2 Simple Electric Devices and Processes
Solution to Homework Problem 2.1(Charging a Leaf Electroscope by Induction)
Problem: Copy the figures recorded in the boxes on page 12 of your lab manual. These figures represent the
process of
Solution for Homework 1 Electric Charge and Introduction to Devices
Solution to Homework Problem 1.1(Computing Total Charge of Charge Densities)
Problem: Consider the two following systems:
(a)A sphere containing a uniform volume charge density, = 100.0C/
Solution for Homework 9 Potential Difference
Solution to Homework Problem 9.1(Potential Difference along x axis)
~ = x2 x
Problem: The electric field in a region of space is given by the function E
where is a constant with
N
C
value = 120 m2
(a)Compute t
Solution for Homework 6 Review for Exam 1 (Required but not Collected) Online Part is Required
Solution to Homework Problem 6.1(Solution to Problem 3.28)
Problem: In charging by induction, the order you move things is very important. Imagine you have a me
Solution for Homework 8 Electric Fields of Conductors and Dielectrics
Solution to Homework Problem 8.1(Point Charge Imbedded in Dielectric)
Problem: A point charge of charge +Q is located at the center
of a neutral dielectric sphere with dielectric consta
Solution for Homework 18 Inductance
Solution to Homework Problem 18.1(Inductance and Energy of a Solenoid)
Problem: Our Tesla coil solenoid is wound with 500 turns of wire on a core with radius 5cm and length 40cm.
The solenoid carries a current of I0 = 0
Solution for Homework 12 Kirchhoffs Laws
Solution to Homework Problem 12.1(Spherical Capacitor)
Problem: A spherical capacitor is formed of an inner conducting core with radius r0 , an outer conducting shell with
inner radius 2.5r0 , and a dielectric shel
Solution for Homework 21 Light
Solution to Homework Problem 21.1(Speed of Light in Material)
Problem: Light, with a frequency of 5.5 1014 Hz in a vacuum, enters an amber crystal with a refractive index
of 1.55.
(a)What is the wavelength of the light in th
Solution for Homework 20 EM Waves
Solution to Homework Problem 20.1(Compute the Speed of Light from Lab Values)
Problem: In lab, we measured 0 and 0 and they should be written on the front of your activity guide. From
your measurements, calculate the spee
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Open-Response Homework 22 Optical Elements
Open-Response Homework Problem 22.1 [7 pt(s) | A thin concave lens has focal length f = ﬁﬁgg.
Draw the ray diagram and locate the imae for an ob'ect placed 3cm from the lens.
Solution for Homework 9 Potential Difference
Solution to Homework Problem 9.1(Equipotentials in a Field Map)
Problem: For the charges below,
(a)Draw the field map using 6 lines per charge. Be careful to correctly draw the field at infinity.
(b)Draw 8 equi
Solution for Homework 23 Optical Systems
Solution to Homework Problem 23.1(Fish Viewed through Ocean Wave)
Problem: This problem asks you to compute the image location and magnification of some images formed of
objects swimming in a clear ocean. The index
Solution for Homework 24 Curved Interfaces (Required by Not Collected)
Solution to Homework Problem 24.1(Maxwell and Coulomb)
Problem: Which of Maxwells equations is most closely related to Coulombs law?
Select One of the Following:
(a-Answer) Gauss Law
(
Solution for Homework 16 Magnetic Force and Field
Solution to Homework Problem 16.1(Solenoid Lifting Wire)
Problem: The figure to the right shows a cross-section of a
solenoid. The current in the solenoid flows into the page at the
top of the solenoid and
Solution for Homework 6 Review for Exam 1 (Required but not Collected) Online Part is Required
Solution to Homework Problem 6.1(Solution to Problem 3.28)
Problem: In charging by induction, the order you move things is very important. Imagine you have a me
Solution for Homework 8 Electric Fields of Conductors and Dielectrics
Solution to Homework Problem 8.1(Spherical System with Point Charge)
Problem: A point particle with charge +Q is surrounded by a
thin spherical shell carrying a total charge of 2Q and a
Solution for Homework 5 Gauss Law
Solution to Homework Problem 5.1(Thin Spherical Shells of Charge)
Problem: Three concentric thin spherical shells have charges Q, +3Q, Q, and radii a < b < c, respectively.
Calculate the electric field everywhere. Draw th
Solution for Homework 17 Faradays Law
Solution to Homework Problem 17.1(Magnetic Flux through Flat Loop)
Problem: A circular loop of wire has a radius of 12cm. A 4.0T magnetic field is perpendicular to the plane of
the loop. What is the magnitude of the m
Solution for Homework 3 Electric Field
Solution to Homework Problem 3.1(Water Molecure Three Point Charge Electric Field
Problem)
Problem: A water molecule is composed of two hydrogen atoms
and one oxygen atom. Part of the electronic charge is transferred
Solution for Homework 15 Adding Magnetic Fields
Solution to Homework Problem 15.1(Field of Wires and Solenoid)
Problem: Two infinite straight wires run through an infinite
solenoid a distance d = 2cm from the center of the solenoid. The
wires carry a curr
Solution for Homework 10 Capacitance
Solution to Homework Problem 10.1(Parallel Plate Capacitor)
Problem: A parallel plate capacitor is shown to the
right. The capacitor is formed by two conducting
plates connected to terminals a and b. The plates
have pl
Solution for Homework 14 Magnetic Field
Solution to Homework Problem 14.1(Drawing the Field of an Isolated Current Element)
Problem: The figures (a) and (b) below show two views of a current element Id~. Draw the direction of the
magnetic field for each o
Solution for Homework 19 RL Circuits and Displacement Current
Solution to Homework Problem 19.1(Field of Equilateral Triangle)
Problem: A current of 2.00A flows in an equilateral triangle
of side length 10.0cm positioned as shown to the right. The
point P