1. Two long (infinite), parallel, straight wires are oriented horizontally. These wire are fixed in place
(somehow, we dont care how) and cannot move. Gravity is not an issue in this problem. The top
wire carries a current of 14.0 Amps from left to right.
1. A + 12.0 nC charge at the origin of a standard xy coordinate system; a charge Q is at the point
( + 40.0 cm, 0 ). These charges are fixed in place and cannot move. The total field due to these two
charges at the point ( + 60.0 cm, 0 ) is E = + 1200 N/C
1. A certain charged particle (q = + 4.00 C, m = 30.0 grams) is initially at rest at the leftside plate
of a horizontally aligned parallel plate system. The difference in potential between the leftside plate
and the rightside plate is V. The charged parti
1. A charge Q is at the origin of a standard xy coordinate system; a + 16.0 nC charge is at the point
( + 20.0 cm, 0 ). These charges are fixed in place and cannot move. The total field due to these two
charges at the point ( + 60.0 cm, 0 ) is E = + 1000
1. A 0.015 Tesla magnetic field is pointing into the page. An alpha particle, mass = 6.65 1027 kg
and charge = + 3.20 1019 C is rotating in a circle whose radius is 8.00 cm. The particle is also
between two initially uncharged plates, which are separated
1. Two long (infinite), parallel, straight wires are oriented horizontally. These wires are fixed in place
(somehow, we dont care how) and cannot move. Gravity is not an issue in this problem. The top
wire carries a current of 14.0 Amps from left to right
1. A 0.0200 Tesla magnetic field is pointing out of the page. An alpha particle, mass = 6.65 1027
kg and charge = + 3.20 1019 C is rotating in a circle whose radius is 6.00 cm. The particle is also
between two initially uncharged plates, which are separat