Physics 1302: Formula Sheet Ch 19-22
k|q1 |q2 |
r2
~
F~ = q0 E
|F~ | =
U = q0 V
V
E=
s
k|q|
~ =
|E|
r2
kq
V =
r
kq1 q2
U=
r
1
1
Q2
U = QV = CV 2 =
2
2
2C
1
2
uE = 0 E
2
Charging a capacitor
q(t) = CE(
Practice Quiz 6
1) The resistivity of a 100 m long copper wire is 1.72 10-8 m. If the cross sectional area of the wire is 6 10-6
m2, what is its resistance?
A) 0.3
B) 3
C) 30
D) 300
Answer: A
2) T
1. A convex spherical mirror with a radius of 50 cm has a 4.0 cm tall object placed 100 cm
in front of it. What is the distance of the image, and is it in front or behind the mirror?
2. A 6.0-F capaci
SET 5
2.22)
We did this problem in class. Evaluate the integral;
dx
V = 2
0
= 2 ln(x +
[x + y 2 ]1/2
2
x2 + y 2 ) |
0
The issue here is understanding how to remove the , which after all is a constant.
SET 4
2.7)
dE
r
z
R
Figure 1: The coordinate geometry for the problem
From the gure R + r = z and
r 2 = |z R|2 = R2 + z 2 2R z cos()
Also;
z R cos()
cos() = z r r =
|z R |
We need only the z component
SET 3
1.49)
For 3 vectors
F1 = x2 z
F2 = x2 x + y y + z z
F3 = yz x + zxy + xy z
Then;
F1 = 0
F2 = 3
F1 = x3 /3
y
F2 = V ;
where V = 1/2(x2 + y 2 + z 2 )
F3 = 0
F3 = V ; where
V = (xyz )
F3 = 0
F
SET 2
1.30)
z
(0,0,1)
y
(0,1,0)
(1,0,0)
x
Figure 1: The coordinate geometry for the problem
The integration is over the surfaces in the (x,y), (y,x), (x,z), and the triangular area
shown in the gure.
SET 1
1.6)
Write the cross product B C in cartesian coordinates;
BC =
xy
z
Bx By Bz
Cx Cy Cz
B C = x[By Cz Bz Cy ] + y [Bx Cz Bz Cx ] + z [Bx Cy By Cz ]
Then take the cross product A (B C ). This is r
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Phys 4321 Exam 1 Solutions
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1)
A line charge of constant linear density, is in the shape of a circular arc of radius, a,
centered on the origin. It lies in the (x, y ) plane beginning at
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Solutions
Chapter 1 (Measurement)
1. Chapter 1, Problem 3
The micrometer (1 m) is often called the micron. (a) How many microns make up
1.0 km? (b) What
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Chapter 2 (Motion in a straight line)
1. Chapter 2, Concept Question 3
Figure 2-16 shows four paths along which objects move from a starting po
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Chapter 3 (Vectors)
1. Chapter 3, Concept Question 5
Which of the arrangements of axes in Fig. 3-23 can be labeled right-handed
coordinate syst
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Chapter 4 (Motion in 2D and 3D)
1. Chapter 4, Problem 9
Figure 4-30 gives the path of a squirrel moving about on level ground, from
point A(at time t = 0
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Chapter 5 (Force and Motion -1)
1. Chapter 5, Problem 4
While two forces act on it, a particle is t o move at the constant velocity
(
) (
) . One of t
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Chapter 6 (Force and Motion -II)
1. Chapter 6, Concept Question 5
If you press an apple crate against a wall so hard that the crate cannot slid
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Chapter 7 (Kinetic Energy and Work)
1. Chapter 7, Problem 11
A 12.0 N force with a fixed orientation does work on a particle as the particle
mo
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Chapter 8 (Potential energy and conservation of energy)
1. Chapter 8, Problem 6
In Fig. 8-31, a small block of mass m = 0.032 kg can slide alon
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Home Work 09 S13
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Chapter 9 (Center of Mass and Linear Momentum)
1. Chapter 9, Problem 5
What are (a) the x coordinate and (b) the y coordinate of the center of
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Chapter 10 (Rotation)
1. Chapter 10, Problem 2
What is the angular speed of (a) the second hand, (b) the minute hand, and (c) the
hour hand of
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Home Work 11 S13
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Chapter 11 (Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum)
1. Chapter 11, Problem 11
In Fig. 11-34, a constant horizontal force
of magnitude 10 N is ap
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Chapter 12 (Equilibrium and Elasticity)
1. Chapter 12, Concept Question 5
Figure 12-17 shows a mobile of toy penguins hanging from a ceiling. E
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Chapter 13 (Gravitation)
1. Chapter 13, Concept Question 3
In Fig. 13-22, a central particle is surrounded by two circular rings of particles,
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Chapter 14 (Fluids)
1. Chapter 14, Concept Question 6
Figure 14-24 shows three identical open-top containers filled to the brim with
water; toy
Homework Discussion, Week 9
Physics 1302
Dr. Andersen
Chapter 28
19.) We can use equation 28-3 to nd the angle between the central bright
fringe and rst fringe, and then use that angle in equation 28-