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WEEK 4: TUESDAY RECITATION PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
NP 15.A
For the each of the following problems, define a convenient coordinate system for solving the problem,
indicate clearly how you would break up the charge distribution, and give the equation yo
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21. P.25 A coil on a D-shaped frame
A D-shaped frame is made out of plastic of small square cross section and tightly wrapped uniformly
with N turns of wire as shown
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Week 3. Tuesday Recitation Solution.
14.RQ.36
Is the following statement true or false? If true, what principle makes it true? If false, give a
counter-example or say why.
The electric field E points t the center of an induced dipole, due to the poin
Week13 Thursday Recitation Problems and Solutions
22. RQ.20
The north pole of a bar magnet points toward a thin circular coil of wire containing 40
turns the magnet is moved away from the coil, so that the flux through one turn inside the
coil decreases b
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Week 11 Thursday Recitation Problems and Solutions
20.P.60 Measuring properties of some material
An experiment was carried out to determine the electrical properties of a new conducting material. A
bar was made out of the material, 18cm long with a r
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Week06_Thursday recitation and solutions
18.P.54 Two circuits containing long bulbs
Two circuits are assembled using 1.5volt batteries, thick copper connecting wires, and long bulbs.
Bulbs A, B, and C are identical long bulbs. Compasses ar
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16.P.66 A Geiger tube
A long thin metal wire with radius r and length L is surrounded by a concentric long narrow metal
tube of radius R, where R<L. Insulating spokes hold the wire in the center of the tube an
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Tues_Recitation_week05
16.P.43 Potential near a charged spherical shell
A uniformly spherical shell of charge +Q is centered at point B. Show that V = VC V A is
independent of path by calculating V for each of these two paths (actua
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WEEK 6. TUESDAY RECITATION PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS.
Chapter 18. Do the following Experiments:
18.EXP.17, 18.EXP.18, 18.EXP.19, 18.EXP.22, 18.EXP.23, 18.EXP.24.
18.P.52 A backwards battery
Some students intended to run a light bulb off two batteries in
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week 07 Tuesday Recitation Solutions
18.P.50 Two Nichrome wires
The following questions refer to the circuit shown below, consisting of two flashlight batteries and
two Nichrome wire of different lengths and different thicknesses as shown( correspond
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20. P.62 A mass spectrometer
In the simple mass spectrometer shown in the book, positive ions are generated in the ion source. They
are released, traveling at very low speed, into the region between two accelera
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Tues_Reci_Solu_week15
20. RQ.35
Two metal wires of length w are attached to two metal wires of length h to form a rectangle of
dimension w by h. The rectangle rotates counterclockwise on a frictionless axle (due to external
forces) w
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Week10 Tuesday Recitation and Solutions
17. P.49 Deflecting a compass needle with a coil
A thin circular coil of radius r=15cm contains N=3 turns of Nichrome wire. A small
compass is placed at the center of the coil, as shown below. With the batter
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WEEK 08. Thursday RECITATION PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS.
PROBLEMS FROM YOUNG AND FREEDMAN, UNIVERSITY PHYSICS, 12TH
EDITION.
25.79. In the circuit of Fig.25.43, find (a) the current through the 8.0 resistor and (b) the
total rate of dissipation of electr
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WEEK 9. Thursday RECITATION PROBLEMS SOLUTIONS.
Do the following experiments from Chapter 17 of the textbook:
17.EXP.23
17.EXP.25
17. P.41 Magnetic dipole moment of your bar magnet
The magnetic field along the axis of a bar magnet can be written like
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Week 9. Tuesday Recitation Problems and Solutions
Do the following Experiments:
17.Exp.18-19
17.Exp.21
17. P.44 Wire on compass
You place a long straight wire on top of your compass, and the wire is a height of 5
millimeters above the compass needle.
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Tuesday_Recitation_Problems_and_Solutions_week12
21. P.18 Simple applications
(a) The electric field has been measured to be vertically upward everywhere on the surface of a box 20
cm long, 4 cm high, and 3
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Reci_Problems and Soltuions for Tues_week13
20. P.62 A mass spectrometer
In the simple mass spectrometer shown in the book, positive ions are generated in the ion source. They
are released, traveling at very low speed, into the region betwee
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Week 9. Tuesday Recitation Problems
Do the following Experiments:
17.Exp.18-19
17.Exp.21
17. P.44 Wire on compass
You place a long straight wire on top of your compass, and the wire is a height of 5
millimeters above the compass needle. If the conven
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Reci_Solu_Tues_week14
20. P.54 A falling metal bar
A metal bar of mass M and length L slides with negligible friction but with good electrical contact
down between two vertical metal posts. The bar falls at a constant speed v (zero a