Magnets and Magnetic Fields
Magnet Basics: Magnetism has a lot of similarities to
Electricity involves two charges, positive and negative.
Magnets have two poles, the north pole and south pole.
Fundamental rule for magnets: Like pol
Magnets have been known for
The Chinese and Greeks knew about
the magical properties of magnets.
The ancient Greeks used a stone
substance called magnetite. They
discovered that the stone always
pointed in the same direction. Later,
stones of m
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B magnetic field (Teslas)
F force (Newtons)
I current (Amps)
L length (meters)
q electric charge (Coulombs)
1. Using the equation F=qvB, demonstrate how the various u
ADI Laboratory Investigation Proposal B: Comparative or Experimental Study
What is the relationship between the mass of an object
The Guiding Question and its acceleration during free fall?
IF The object is heavier
IF The object
Write a complete two-page paper in reference to the NOVA documentary shown in class on Monday and
Tuesday. You do not need to create a title, place your name, date or any other info on the paper. Begin
writing on line one. The paper will be double spaced,
Chapter 2. Electrostatics
2.1. The Electrostatic Field
To calculate the force exerted by some electric charges, q1, q2, q3, . (the source charges) on
another charge Q (the test charge) we can use the principle of superposition. This principle
Kinematics practice problems
Where appropriate, take gem]. = 9.8 m/s2 = 32 ft/sz.
In all questions, except # 21 and # 22, ignore air resistance.
Questions 18 through 22, inclusive, would be short answer questions, not Fillins
an 4 1 a. a 4 IO
1. I used to
Chapter 28A - Direct Current Circuits