1. A continuous line of charge of 80.0 cm lies on the y-axis and carries a charge of 2.5x10-2 C. What is the
electric field at the origin, 50.0 cm from the center of the rod as shown in the diagram? Show your work fully.
2. The figure below shows a point
PHY1020U
Formulas and Equations Midterm 1
NOTE that there are some basic laws, definitions and formulas that you are expected to
remember.
k e = 8.99 10 9
N m2 / C 2
0 = 8.854 10 12
= 1.60 10
= 9.11 10
=
=
=
=
=
2
4
4/3
2
Electric Field at point b due to
PHY1020U
Formulas and Equations Midterm 2
NOTE that there are some basic laws, definitions and formulas that you are expected to
remember, like Kirchoffs Laws.
1
Coulomb Constant (SI Units) k e =
k e = 8.99 10 9 N m 2 / C 2
4 0
0 = 8.854 10 12 C 2 / N m
PHY1020
Tutorial 3.2 Capacitors, Current and Resistance
Winter 2017
Student Name: _Student ID: _Tutorial Date_
Problem 1 (a) Calculate the equivalent capacitance of the combination below, knowing that each of the 8 capacitors has a
capacitance of 5.5 F. (
PHY1020U, Midterm-2-test, Tuesday, March 21
section 1: from 12:30 AM - 2:00 PM and section 2: from 5:00PM - 6:30 PM
Included chapters:
27 Current and resistance
28 Fundamentals of circuit
29 The magnetic field
30 Electromagnetic induction (30.1 to and inc
PHY1020
Tutorial 4.2 Electric Circuits and Magnetic Fields
Winter 2017
Student Name: _Student ID: _Tutorial Date_
Problem 1 In the circuit below, all the resistors have R = 5.00 . The emf for the batteries are 1 = 7.00 V, 2 = 15.0 V,
3 = 9.00 V. What is t
PHY1020
Tutorial 3.1 Electric Potential, Electric Potential Energy and Capacitors
Winter 2017
Student Name: _Student ID: _Tutorial Date_
Problem 1 Consider the arrangement of charges shown below, where q = 2.5 nC and d = 5.0 mm (d is the distance between
PHY1020
Tutorial 4.1 Electric Circuits
Winter 2017
Student Name: _Student ID: _Tutorial Date_
Problem 1 There is a current of 0.25 A in the circuit below. (a) Calculate R. (b) What is the power dissipated by R?
1
Problem 2 - Determine the current in each
PHY 1020U
Final Exam Review
General Info
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Location:
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Final exam is worth 40% of your final grade.
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Problem Solving Worksheet Problem Description:
Model
Makesimplifyingassumptions
Visualize
Drawapicture;showimportantpoints.
Establishacoordinatesystem;definesymbols.
Solve
Assess
Haveyouansweredthequestion?
Doyouhavethecorrectunits,signs,andsignifica
PHY1020, winter 2017, UOIT
Current and Resistance (chapter 27)
- The electron current ie and the current I
- The current density J
- Ohm's Law
An electric current flows when an electric field is maintained inside a
conductor. - How does current relate to
PHY1020, winter 2017, UOIT
Series and Parallel Resistors:
Resistors in series have the same current.
The equivalent resistor will have that same current.
The potential difference V on the equivalent resistor is the sum of Vi.
resistors in series
Resistors
PHY1020, winter 2017, UOIT
Fundamentals of Circuits (chapter 28)
- Kirchoff's laws
- Power (energy/time) dissipated in a resistance
- Resistors in series and in parallel
- RC-circuits (charging and discharging capacitors)
Basic Circuits and Kirchoff's Law
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PHY 1010U Physics I
Homework #1 Seven Questions
Assignment Date: Jan 18
Due Date and Time: Jan 27 Fri by noon
Reference: Lectures 1 to 6
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9. Light, Part 3 Light as a ray
Overview
TOPICS
Light as a ray
Reflection and refraction
Image formation
Thin lenses
Spherical Mirrors
READINGS AND PROBLEMS
Readings:
Chapter 22 (all)
Chapter 23 (all)
Recommended End-of-Chapter Conceptual
Questions:
Ch
6. The Magnetic Field
Overview
TOPICS
READINGS AND PROBLEMS
Magnetism and magnetic fields
Readings:
Biot-Savard law
Magnetic field of a point charge
Magnetic field of a current
Magnetic dipoles
Amperes law
Solenoids
Magnetic force
Cyclotron motion
Forces
2. The Electric Field
Overview
TOPICS
READINGS AND PROBLEMS
The electric field
Readings:
Calculating the electric field for
point charges, lines of charge, disks,
infinite plates, and parallel plate
capacitors
The effect of the electric field on
point cha
4. Electric Potential
Overview
TOPICS
READINGS AND PROBLEMS
Electric potential energy
Readings:
Electric potential
Electric field and Potential
Sources of Potential
Conductors
Capacitors
Chapter 28, sections 28.1, 28.2, 28.4 28.7
Chapter 29, sections 29
6. The Magnetic Field
Overview
TOPICS
READINGS AND PROBLEMS
Magnetism and magnetic fields
Readings:
Biot-Savard law
Magnetic field of a point charge
Magnetic field of a current
Magnetic dipoles
Amperes law
Solenoids
Magnetic force
Cyclotron motion
Forces
2. The Electric Field
Overview
TOPICS
READINGS AND PROBLEMS
The electric field
Readings:
Calculating the electric field for
point charges, lines of charge, disks,
infinite plates, and parallel plate
capacitors
The effect of the electric field on
point cha
9. Light, Part 2 Light as a Wave
Overview
TOPICS
READINGS AND PROBLEMS
Interference of light
Readings:
Youngs double slit experiment
Diffraction gratings
Single slit diffraction
Chapter 22 (all)
Chapter 23 (all)
Interferometers
Light as a ray
Reflection
9. Light, Part 2 Light as a Wave
Overview
TOPICS
READINGS AND PROBLEMS
Interference of light
Readings:
Youngs double slit experiment
Diffraction gratings
Single slit diffraction
Chapter 22 (all)
Chapter 23 (all)
Interferometers
Light as a ray
Reflection