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Chapter 23 Homework Solutions
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SSM REASONING The voltage across the capacitor reaches its maximum instantaneous value when
the generator voltage reaches its maximum instantaneous value. The maximu
PHYS 101: Solutions to Chapter 9 Home Work
1. REASONING AND SOLUTION
According to Equation 9.1, we have
Magnitude of torque = F
where F is the magnitude of the applied force and is the lever arm. For
Physics 102 Homework Solutions: Ch 16
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SSM REASONING Since light behaves as a wave, its speed v, frequency f, and wavelength are related to
according to v = f (Equation 16.1). We can solve this equa
Physics 102 Homework Solutions: Ch 17
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SSM REASONING The tones from the two speakers will produce destructive interference with the smallest
frequency when the path length difference at C is one-hal
Physics 102: Chapter 18 Homework Solutions
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SSM REASONING AND SOLUTION The total charge of the electrons is
q = N(e) = (6.0 1013)(1.60 1019 C)
q = 9.6 106 C = 9.6 C
The net charge on the sphere is,
Physics 102 Chapter 19 Homework Solutions
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REASONING When the electron moves from the ground to the cloud, the change in its electric potential
energy is (EPE) = EPEcloud EPEground. (Remember that
Physics 102, Chapter 20 Homework Solutions
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1. REASONING The current I is defined in Equation 20.1 as the amount of charge q per unit of time t
that flows in a wire. Therefore, the amount of charge i
Chapter 21 Homework Solutions
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SSM REASONING AND SOLUTION The magnitude of the force can be determined using Equation
21.1, F = q vB sin where is the angle between the velocity and the magnetic fiel
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Chapter 22 Homework Solutions
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3. REASONING AND SOLUTION The motional emf generated by a conductor moving perpendicular to
a magnetic field is given by Equation 22.1 as = vBL, where v and L are the