Ch 22 HW
Due: 11:59pm on Saturday, January 30, 2016
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Gauss's Law
Learning Goal:
To understand the meaning of the variables in Gauss's law, and the conditions unde
Conclusion
This experiment was preformed to find the material of an object within a cylinder based
on its density. To find the density, the objects volume and mass must be calculated and the mass
over the volume must be divided. The density of each object
Friday Homework: 3.01.13
Due 3.08.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1. Cathoderay tubes (CRTs) are often found in oscilloscopes and computer monitors. In
the figure an electron with an initial speed of 6.50 x 106 m/s is projected alon
Thursday Homework: 3.8.13
Due 3.18.12
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1. Two large, parallel, metal sheets carrying opposite electric charges of equal magnitude are
separated by a distance of 35.0 mm. The electric field between them is
Friday Homework: 3.22.13
Due 3.25.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1.) For the following circuit, explain what happens to the light bulb as a function of time after the switch
is closed, both in terms of the bulbs appearance and in te
Class Problem
For this problem, the sign of the charge can be determined using the right/left hand rule and see
which one would demonstrate the trajectory of the ion after it leaves the plates. The ion must be
of a negative charge because using the lefth
Chapter 26: Magnetism: Force and Field
Magnetism
Magnets
Magnetism
Magnetic
forces
Magnetism
Magnetic
field of Earth
Magnetism
Magnetic
monopoles?
Perhaps there exist magnetic charges, just like electric charges.
Such an entity would be called a magne
Chapter 21: Electric Charge and Electric Field
Introduction to The Chapter:


Electromagnetism is a force combining electricity and magnetism.
o These interactions involve particles that have an electric charge which is crucial for a mass
Example: The
Chapter 22: Gausss Law
Introduction to The Chapter:


Gausss Law is about a general distribution of charge and we imagine a surface that encloses the charge. Then
analyze the electric field at various points on the imaginary surface.
Gausss law is a rel
PHY2049 Review  Fall 2016
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) A farsighted boy has a near point at 2.3 m and requires eyeglasses to correct his vision. Corrective lenses
are available
Friday Homework: 2.8.13
Due 2.15.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1. Consider the circuit shown in the figure. The current through the 6.00 resistor is
4.00 A, in the direction shown. What are the currents through the 25.0 and 20.0
Friday Homework: 1.25.13
Due 2.1.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1.
Do not do part b.
2.
3. Three point charges are arranged along the xaxis. Charge q1=+3.00 C is at the origin,
and charge q2= 5.00 C is at x=0.200 m. Charge q3= 8.
Centripetal Acceleration and Force
In this experiment the purpose was to develop the expression to find
the undergoing acceleration of an object undergoing acceleration of an object traveling at a constant speed in a circular path. Once the equipment was
Conclusion
This experiment was preformed to find the material of an object within a cylinder based
on its density. To find the density, the objects volume and mass must be calculated and the mass
over the volume must be divided. The density of each object
PHY2048L
Conclusion
This experiment was based on finding the equilibrium on a set of three vectors. The first
two vectors had a given angle and as well as its mass. Once the first two vectors were placed on
the force table, the team was to experimentally
Conclusion: Atwoods Machine
The purpose of this experiment is to find the relationship between the two
factors that influence the acceleration of an Atwoods machine. The amount of
tension applied to one side of the system should be equal to the other side
Physics 2 with Calculus
Chapter 21
Electric Charge and Electric Field
Professor Bone/Regeura
I.
II.
III.
Electric charge
a. Charge: a property of fundamental particles
a.i. Charges of like signs: repel
a.ii. Charges of opposite signs: attract
b. Electrost
Thursday Homework: 1.12.12
Due 1.19.12
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1. Two small spheres spaced 20.0 cm apart have equal charge. How many excess
electrons must be present on each sphere if the magnitude of the force of repulsion
betw
Friday Homework: 2.22.12
Due 3.1.12
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1. A thin glass rod is bent into a semicircle of radius r. A charge +q is
uniformly distributed along the upper half and a charge of q is uniformly
distributed along th
Friday Homework: 2.15.13
Due 2.22.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1 Two stationary point charges +3.00 nC and +2.00 nC are separated by a
distance of 50.0 cm. An electron is released from rest at a point midway
between the two charge
Friday Homework: 1.1.13
Due 1.8.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1.A 4.5volt
series circuit consists of two resistors. Resistor A has three times the
resistance as resistor B. An ammeter records a current of 160 mA of current.
Determ
Friday Homework: 4.12.13
Due 4.19.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1)A24.80C chargeismovingataconstantspeedof6.80x 105m/sinthe+xdirection
relativetoareferenceframe.Attheinstantwhenthepointchargeisattheorigin,whatisthe
magneticfieldv
1. Two blocks of mass, m1 = 600g and m2 = 800g, are connected by a massless cord that is wrapped
around a uniform disk of mass, M=580 g, and a radius, R=18.0 cm. The disk can rotate without
friction about a fixed horizontal axis through its center; the co