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PHYS 1111
Midterm Exam #1
Spring 2009
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Part B
24%
Part C
36%
Total
100%
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Quiz 4- 1402- SP 2017
a)Howlongdoesittake2.00Cofchargetoflowthroughahandheldcalculatorifa0.300mAcurrent
isflowing?
b) Howmanyelectronspassthroughitduringthistime?
C) Typically, a graphing calculator requires approximately 6 volts to run. What is the resis
Quiz5- Electric power
1a)What is the current in a 100W the filament of a light bulb when you turn the light on? Electric
sockets supply electricity at about 120 V.
b) What is the resistance of the filament?
c) What is your monthly payment if you keep the
NameQuiz 1-Monday 2/13/17
1) What is the net force on q 3 . The three charges are at the three vertices of an
equilateral triangle ?( all angles are 60 degrees)
q 1 = - 1.0 nC
q 2 = +2.0 nC
q 3 = + 3.0 nC
Equilateral side of the triangle = 3 cm.
q3
q1
q2
NameQuiz 2-1402-SP 2017
A Q1 = +2.0 nC point charge and a Q1 = +4.0 nC point charge are 10 cm apart on the x-axis.
Find the point on the x -axis where the electric field is zero.
Hint: Draw Electric vectors for both charges at a point between the two char
NameExam 1- 1402
1) What is the net force on q 2 . The three charges are at the three vertices of an
equilateral triangle ?( all angles are 60 degrees)
q 1 = - 1.0 nC
q 2 = - 2.0 nC
q 3 = + 3.0 nC
Equilateral side of the triangle = 3 cm.
Hint: Calculate f
NameExam 1- 1402
1) What is the net force on q 3 . The three charges are at the three vertices of an
equilateral triangle ?( all angles are 60 degrees)
q 1 = - 1.0 nC
q 2 = +2.0 nC
q 3 = - 3.0 nC
Equilateral side of the triangle = 3 cm.
Hint: Calculate fo
NameExam 1- 1402
1) What is the net force on q 1 . The three charges are at the three vertices of an
equilateral triangle ?( all angles are 60 degrees)
q 1 = +1.0 nC
q 2 = +2.0 nC
q 3 = - 3.0 nC
Equilateral side of the triangle = 2 cm.
Hint: Calculate for
NameExam 1- 1402
1) What is the net force on q 2 . The three charges are at the three vertices of an
equilateral triangle ?( all angles are 60 degrees)
q 1 = +1.0 nC
q 2 = -2.0 nC
q 3 = + 3.0 nC
Equilateral side of the triangle = 5cm.
Hint: Calculate forc
NameExam 1- 1402
1) What is the net force on q 3 . The three charges are at the three vertices of an
equilateral triangle ?( all angles are 60 degrees)
q 1 = - 1.0 nC
q 2 = - 2.0 nC
q 3 = - 3.0 nC
Equilateral side of the triangle = 2 cm.
Hint: Calculate f
NameExam 1- 1402
1) What is the net force on q1 . The three charges are at the three vertices of an
equilateral triangle ?( all angles are 60 degrees)
q 1 = +1.0 nC
q 2 = -2.0 nC
q 3 = + 3.0 nC
Equilateral side of the triangle = 5cm.
Hint: Calculate force
Lab- Electric Field lines
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Partners first and Last names:
Objectives:
To visualize electric field lines between charges.
To determine the equipotential surfaces for a given field line configuration.
Theory:
An electric f
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Partners first and last names
Electrostatic Charge and its Transfer
Introduction and Objectives:
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interact with one another.
2) Developin
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diminished dexterity, sensory disturbance, ataxia, vertigo and brief tonic s
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Health care has become the forefront of modern science, much like engineering was within the
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Lab- Metric System/ International System of Units (SI system)
Name: Kristina Ponce
Partners names:
Date: January 24, 2016
Course: Phys 1405-63400
Theory:
The metric system is a system of measurement that is being used by scientists all over the
world. Mos
Lab 6: Hookes Law
Student: Dennis Enderson
Lab 6: Hookes Law
Student: Dennis Enderson
Date Experiment Performed: September 23, 2011
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Lab 6: Hookes Law
Student: Dennis Enderson
Procedure
Abstract
The purpose of this experiment was to investigat
Hookes Law
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Observations
Data Table 1.
Force (N)
Data Point 1
Data Point 2
Data Point 3
Data Point 4
Data Po
Pendulum and the Calculation of g
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Data Table 1. Trial Values at Varying Degrees.
Length of string: 100 cm =
Part A
Consider the video demonstration that you just watched. Which of the following changes would make it
more likely for the ball to hit both the white can and the green can?
Hint 1. How to approach the problem
To answer this question, you first have t
The apparatus represented in
the
consists of five identical
balls mounted on elastic rods. Each elastic rod is connected to a base. The (unlabeled) ball and rod on
the far left are pulled towards the screen (that is, toward you) and released. Which of the
Understanding Vector Addition
Learning Goal:
To learn to add vectors.
In physics, many important quantitiesfrom the simple foundations of mechanics such as position and
force to very foreign ideas such as electric current densities and magnetic fieldsare
Learning Goal:
To understand powers of 10 and scientific notation.
Physics deals with an incredible range of objects and phenomena: from processes involving subatomic
particles to those involving the entire universe. This variety leads to sizes from the w
Problem 10.17
Part A
What is the kinetic energy of a 1700 kg car traveling at a speed of 30 m/s (65 mph)?
Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units.
ANSWER:
Kc = 7.7105 J
Correct
Part B
From what height should the ca
Consider the video demonstration that you just watched. A more complete explanation of what you saw
will be possible after covering Newton's laws. For now, consider the following question: How would the
result of this experiment change if we replaced the