Physics 4B
Saddleback College
Spring 2016
Final Exam
CH 21-32
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Exam Instructions:
The following five problems are equally weighted. Circle your final answer for each question.
FORMAL REPORTS (Due on November 4 t h and December 9 t h )
There will be two formal labs completed during the semester. If you are asked to complete a formal laboratory on a given lab, then you
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Saddleback College
Physics 4B; Electricity and Magnetism
Lecture Syllabus
Fall 2017
Instructors: Dr. Mitch Haeri (lecture) and Mary Marsh (lab)
Office Hours: By appointment
Email: [email protected]
Equipotentials and Electric Fields
Saddleback College Physics Department
Purpose
To map a series of equipotentials and determine the pattern of electric field lines for
different electrode configurati
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Light Bulb Activity
Activi #1:
You will each be given a light bulb (small, low wattage), one piece of stripped copper wire and a
1.5 volt battery. Your task is to light the bulb. Do not allow your
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Informal Laboratory Report
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Elementary Electric Circuits
Saddleback College Physics Department
Purpose:
To become familiar with the components of basic electric circuitry, electrical circuit behavior
measuring devices (digital a
Experiment 10 ~ RLC Series circuit
Resonance in an RLC Series Circuit
Objective:
To experimentally determine the resonance frequency in a series RLC circuit and compare this to
the expected resonance
Capacitor Networks
Saddleback College Physics Department
Purpose
To investigate networks of capacitors by measuring voltage differences across different sections
of the network.
Theory
For most practi
The Multimeter
Saddleback College Physics Department
The multimeter is a common multi-purpose instrument used to measure electrical
quantities in a circuit. A circuit consists of components or devices
RC Circuit Decay
Saddleback College Physics Department
1. Purpose
Examine the time dependent nature of the voltage across the capacitor and the charge on the
capacitor in a series RC (resistive and ca
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
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Physics 4B
Spring 2016
Lecture (T/Th): 8:30AM - 10:20AM
Lab (T): 12:30PM - 3:20PM
Classroom: SM 102
My Office: SM 135
email: [email protected]
Course Description:
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DC Motor Project
Physics 4B Spring 2016
Goal
To build, from scratch, a working DC motor.
Credit Offered
A working motor that meets all basic requirements (listed below) will earn a
Selected problems from University Physics 13 th Edition by Freedman & Young
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Subject
Questions
21
Electric Fields
2,3,5,12-16,18,20
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Gausss Law
1,5,7,12
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Electric Potential
Capacitance
Ohm
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1. The spherical conductor shown above carrles a net charge of +0., and has a radius of R.
Give all answers to questions A-E in terms of the defined variables and any otherfundamental constants.
PHYS 4B
Equipotentials and Electric Fields Pre-Lab
1.
Consider two point charges +Q and -Q located at x = -a and x = +a on the x-axis. Let
point A be the origin (0,0), B: (-a/2, 0), C: (a/2, 0), D: (0