The seventh problem set is due Thursday, November 10. All problems are
from Duffin
Chapter 4, problems 4.1, 4.3, 4.4, 4.6, 4.9, and 4.12
You should work through all 6 problems. On November 10 you will write one of the 6
assigned problems in 10 minutes in
PHYS*2B06 - Assignment #2
Due: Feb. 2, 2012
1. (Dun 7.5) Find the B-eld (a) at the centre of a square coil of side a carrying a
current I, (b) a distance x along the perpendicular from the centre of the coil in (a),
and (c) at the centre of a regular poly
PHYS*2B06 - Assignment #6
Due: Mar. 15, 2012
1. (Duffin 8.3) The current in a wire consists of n electrons per unit volume moving with a velocity
v. What is the effect on these electrons of the magnetic field set up by the current itself within the
wire?
PHYS*2B06 - Assignment #7
Due: Mar. 22, 2012
1. (Duffin 9.1) Show how Lenzs law can be used to find the direction of induced current flow in (a)
a circular coil rotating about a diameter in a uniform magnetic field and (b) a stationary circular
coil towar
PHYS*2B06 - Assignment #8
Due: April 4, 2012
1. Calculate the inductance of a toroid with inner and outer radii a and b and N current loops.
2. The switch in the circuit below has been in position a for a long time. It is changed to position b
at time t=0
PHYS*2B06 - Assignment #5
Due: Mar. 8, 2012
1. (Dun 8.1) A steady current I ows in one direction in the solid inner conductor,
radius a, of a coaxial cable, and in the opposite direction in the outer conductor whose
inner radius is b and outer radius c. F
PHYS*2B06 - Assignment #3
Due: Feb. 9, 2012
1. (Dun 7.8) A wire is bent into a circle of radius a and a total charge Q is distributed
uniformly around it. Find the B-eld at the center if the wire rotates with an angular
velocity about the axis of the circ
The eighth problem set is due Thursday, November 17. Problems are from Duffin
and Knight
Duffin, Chapter 4, problems 4.16, 4.20, 4.26
Knight, chapter 28, Problems 56 and 59
You should work through all 6 problems. On November 17 you will write one of the 6
The tenth problem set is due Thursday, December 1. All problems are from Duffin
Chapter 5, problem 5.22
Chapter 11, Problems 11.1, 11.2, 11.5, 11.6, and 11.7
You should work through all 6 problems. On December 1 you will write one of the 6
assigned proble
The ninth problem set is due Thursday, November 24. All problems are from Duffin
Chapter 5, problems 5.2, 5.6, 5.10, 5.14, 5.18, and 5.21
You should work through all 6 problems. On November 24 you will write one of the 6
assigned problems in 10 minutes in
PHYS*2B06 - Assignment #4
Due: Mar. 1, 2012
1. (Dun 7.17) Modern magnetometers for measuring B-elds are described in Comment
C12.2 of Dun. In the older vibration magnetometer, a small permanent dipole was
allowed to perform small angular oscillations in a
PHYS*2B06 - Assignment #1
Due: Jan. 26, 2012
1. (Dun 7.2) A uniform straight rod of mass m per unit length is hung vertically so
that it can turn about its upper end, and a current I is sent through it. What is its
angular deection from the vertical at a
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The fourth problem set is due Thursday, October 13. All problems are from Knight,
second edition.
Chapter 36, problems #48, #50, #52, #54, #60, and #68
You should work through all 6 problems. On October 13, you will write one of the 6
assigned problems in
The sixth problem set is due Thursday, November 3. All problems are from Duffin
Chapter 3, problems 3.7, 3.9, 3.14, 3.19, 3.20, and 3.22
You should work through all 6 problems. On November 3 you will write one of the 6
assigned problems in 10 minutes in c
The fifth problem set is due Thursday, October 20. All problems are from Duffin
Chapter 2, problems 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 2.10, and 2.12
Chapter 10, problem 10.2
You should work through all 6 problems. On October 20, you will write one of the 6
assigned problems
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from Knight, second edition.
Chapter 30, problem #68 and #70
Chapter 32, problems #40, #46, #64, and #68
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The first problem set is due Thursday, September 22. All problems are from Knight,
second edition.
Chapter 30, problem #42
Chapter 31, problems # 50, #58, and #67
Chapter 32, problems #42 and #50
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