Homework for Week 7 (to be covered on Quiz 6)
1. Question 31.6
2. Question 31.8
3. Problem 31.12
4. Problem 31.13
5. Question 32.6
6. Problem 32.42
7. Problem 32.46
8. Problem 32.48
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Practice Final
Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism
Physics 9C Section A Spring 2014
You will have roughly 2 hours to complete this exam. You are allowed a
calculator. No other outside materials (books, notes, etc.) are allowed.
Work must be shown fo
Electrostatics and Conductors
Types of Charges
Using Gausss Law
Charged Conductors
Lecture 7 - Gausss Law Calculations
Physics 9C - Spring 2014
14-April-2014
1
Electrostatics and Conductors
Types of Charges
1
Types of Charges
3
Using Gausss Law
4
Charged
Modeling Headlines
Vectors
Our Model
Superposition: Summation
Superposition: Integration
Electric Field
Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism
Physics 9C - Spring 2014
4-April-2014
1
Modeling Headlines
Vectors
Our Model
Superposition: Summation
1
Vecto
Lecture 9 - Electric Potential Calculations
Physics 9C - Spring 2014
18-April-2014
1
2
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Rules/ideas/equations from Physics 9C
1) Coulombs law for force by one point charge, qA, on another point charge, qB, is ! !" ! =
!
! !" ! = !
constant.
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!
!
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where rAB is the distance between the two point
Example 22.5:
We place a total positive charge q on a solid conducting
~ at any point
sphere S with radius R (Fig. 22.18). Find E
inside or outside the sphere.
1
Example 22.8:
Two large plane parallel conducting plates are given charges
of equal magnitude
Homework 6
Phys 9C
Due May 11, 2015
Reading (Due Friday May 8, 2015):
Read Chapter 27.
Problem 1 (Fermi Estimate)
Nuclear fusion is acheived by fusion deuterium nuclei contained by magnetic fields. How fast do deuterium
nuclei need to move to overcome the
Homework 6
Phys 9C
Due May 11, 2015
Reading (Due Friday May 29, 2015):
Read Chapter 29.
Problem 1 (conceptual questions)
Answer book questions Q21.20, Q22.8, Q22.12
Problem 2 (conceptual questions)
Book questions Q23.14, Q23.17, Q24.9
Problem 3 (conceptua
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Physics 9C Homework Assignment #6
MC 12 A long, straight wire lies in the plane of a square conducting loop, as in the diagram to the
right. The current is flowing upward as shown, and is steadily increasing at a constant
rate. If the loop starts at rest,
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9C Homework #5 Solutions
1)
29.15
IDENTIFY and SET UP: The field of the induced current is directed to oppose the change in flux.
EXECUTE: (a) The field is into the page and is increasing so the flux is inc
9C Homework #2 Solutions
1)
23.5.
(a) IDENTIFY: Use conservation of energy:
Ka + U a + Wother = Kb + Ub
U for the pair of point charges is given by Eq. (23.9).
SET UP:
Let point a be where q2 is
9C Homework #4 Solutions
1)
27.15
(a) IDENTIFY: Apply Eq. (27.2) to relate the magnetic force F to the directions of v and B. The electron has
negative charge so F is opposite to the direction of v B. For m
9C Homework #7 Solutions
1)
21.90
IDENTIFY: Use Eq. (21.7) to calculate the electric field due to a small slice of the line of charge and integrate
as in Example 21.10. Use Eq. (21.3) to calculate F.
SET UP:
9C Midterm II
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1. A positively charged particle (+q) is at rest in the plane