Physics 132, Exam I (Ch. 1-6) Review
Prefixes, scientific notation, significant figures.
Definitions of average and instantaneous speed, velocity.
Relationship between velocity, acceleration, time, distance (formulas on sheet).
Interpret v vs. t, x vs. t,
Question 1
Here is a rod lying on
the y axis. It is
uniformly charged
positive.
What is the direction
of the net electric field
at location A?
Question 2
We have set up an integral to
find the electric field of a
uniformly charged rod, of
length L and cha
Abstract:
In this experiment, the effects of resistance on voltage and circuits were displayed. The results
we obtain show the relationship of the resistors to the current.
Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment is to give knowledge about circuits a
Predictions
Q93 The magnetic field
the permanent magnet
increases as the distance r decrease between the compass and
Q94 The magnetic declination for zip code 90713 is 12.051 degrees
The units of measurements of Magnetic field is in micro Tesla T
Q95 Yes
SOLUTIONS to HW-8 Assigned on 11-09-15, Posted on 11-17-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
Problem:
[1]
Consider a circular ring of radius b, lying on the xy -plane centered at the
origin. It carries a linear charge density = 0 sin , where 0 is a non-
LAB 1: Mapping Electric Fields
Purpose
An electric field surrounds any assemblage of charged objects. To determine the strength
and direction of these fields, it is most convenient to first map the electric potential of the
field, which can be measured wi
University Physics A(1) 2013
Name ():
Worksheet #9
Student number ():
New words: Write the Chinese next to these words as you learn them.
uniform charge distribution
limit
integral
infinitesimal
rod
ring
disk
capacitor
sphere
spherical shell
Exercises Ans
guajardo (jmg4256) Ch18-h2-extra chiu (57425) This print-out should have 16 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page find all choices before answering. 001 0.0 points
1
The circuit shown above consists of a battery and
Name:-Partners:-Date:-Light Bulbs in parallel and in series
Computer Simulation
The electrical resistance of a light bulb filament does not stay constant over a wide range
of voltages. As a result, the relationship between voltage across a light bulb and
Page 1 of 4
RC Circuit EX-9986
Lab Report: The RC Circuit
Name: Sample Data
Procedure A: Charging the Capacitor
Theoretical
Experimental Determinations of the Time Constant
1
2
(time to 63%
Vmax)
550.3
277.1 F
277.1 F
Written by C. A. Hernndez
0.320 s
0.
Koondis #3
PROBLEM 2
Problem 2: Compute the electric field vector at all 4 locations in the following figure. The
metallic sheet has a uniform charge of 700nC distributed on the surface.
The following problems are solved using the strategy from the textbo
Electric Field from Irregular Shape
1) Predict the direction and relative magnitudes of the electric field from a
uniformly charged object that is very thin at four different points marked by
X. The shape is given
PHYS 2211L
LAB 5
RC Circuits
Purpose
Capacitors have a variety of applications in electric circuits. Because they can store
charge, they can be used as a temporary voltage source. For instance, the starter in an
automobile makes use of the discharge of a
Planner:
the sketch
Researcher:
The concept is to find the electric field due to the charge distributed over the
wire
Executor:
B- the answer we will get will be smaller
Skeptic:
1- confirm that we included all the details and we answered most the questio
SOLUTIONS to HW-4 Assigned on 10-05-15, Posted on 10-12-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
[1]
Problem : (a) Consider two equal point charges q, separated by a distance 2a. Construct
the plane equidistant from these two charges. By integrating Maxwell
SOLUTIONS to HW-7 Assigned on 10-26-15, Posted on 11-03-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
Problem:
[1]
E
(a) Find the electric field
and the magnetic field
B
for the scalar and
vector potentials
r
V ( , t) = 0 ,
A(r, t) = 41 0 rqt2 rb
.
(b) Using Max
SOLUTIONS to HW-9 Assigned on 11-16-15, Posted on 12-01-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
Problem:
[1]
Consider an electron falling in a vertical constant gravity on the Earth. Our
objective is to see the ratio between the energy radiated during the
Abstract
Lab number three is about motion. In this lab, I was able to work in-group to predict and measure
velocity, position, and acceleration. Throughout the lab, there were two concepts I had learned
that the objects velocity vector stays the same in m
Abstract
Lab 5 is about Newtons third Law. This lab describes how the momentum of an object changes,
and the cause of change in objects motion. Through the procedure, the experiment shows that
the interactions are physical and the change in motion is clas
Abstract
Lab 7 is about analyzing motion in one and two dimension. In this lab, two students standing
opposite to each other threw the tossed object, the ball. The experiment gave the result of the
slope of the line from y vs. t graph is -11.47 and averag
Abstract
Lab 11 is about harmonic motion of an elastic spring. In this experiment, we were able to use the
spring with weighs attached to test the harmonic motion. The results we obtained were close to
the theoretical ones. We have 21% error for the slope
Abstract
Lab 6 is about the momentum principle. Of all three experiments we performed, the data showed
that momentum was conserved. In experiment A, the result we obtained was the kinetic of cart 1
was transferred to cart 2 which is from [insert number he
Abstract
Lab 9 is about circular motion and centripetal force. In this lab, the mass is spin around a
spinning hanger at a constant speed. It gave the constant result for period of 20 cycles as force
acted on it was different each time. Through data we co