What are the x-
and y-components
of the vector
!
E?
A. Ex = E cos , Ey = E sin
B. Ex = E sin , Ey = E cos
C. Ex = E cos , Ey = E sin
D. Ex = E sin , Ey = E cos
E. Ex = E cos , Ey = E

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COURSE TITLE
PHZ 2103.003 Problems in General Physics II (w\calculus)
MEETING TIMES
Section 003
F 10:10am 11:00am ISA 1051
IMPORTANT NOTES
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CHAPTER 13
GRAVITATION
Discussion Questions
Q13.1 The force the earth exerts on the apple equals in magnitude the force the apple exerts on the
earth. By Newtons 2nd law equal forces produce a much smaller acceleration for the much more
massive earth.
2 r

CHAPTER 26
DIRECT CURRENT CIRCUITS
Discussion Questions
Q26.1 P = V 2 / R so the bulb with larger P has smaller R ; the resistance of the 120-W bulb is
smaller. V = IR and in series the current is the same through each, so the 60-W bulb has a greater
volt

CHAPTER 27
MAGNETIC FIELD AND MAGNETIC FORCES
Discussion Questions
Q27.1 There is no force when v and B are parallel, so if the charge moves along a field line there
will be no force on the charge.
Q27.2 The direction of the force depends not only on the

CHAPTER 14
PERIODIC MOTION
Discussion Questions
Q14.1 The object travels a total distance of 4 A in one period. If the amplitude is doubled then this
distance doubles. The period does not depend on the amplitude so is unchanged. The maximum speed
is given

CHAPTER 15
MECHANICAL WAVES
Discussion Questions
Q15.1 (a) Yes. The frequency depends on whatever is producing the waves. For example, in
Fig.(15.3) the frequency of oscillation of the block equals the frequency of the waves that it produces
on the string

CHAPTER 25
CURRENT, RESISTANCE AND ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE
Discussion Questions
Q25.1 No. The statement in Chapter 21 refers to an electrostatic situation where there is no
movement of charge. = E / J refers to a situation where current is flowing in the cond

CHAPTER 16
SOUND AND HEARING
Discussion Questions
Q16.1 The frequency is the number of cycles per second and doesnt change. The number of cycles
arriving per unit time at one side of the interface between the two materials must equal the number
leaving th

CHAPTER 28
SOURCES OF MAGNETIC FIELD
Discussion Questions
Q28.1 It would be analogous to a point charge. Magnetic field lines would terminate on it. The
magnetic flux through a closed surface would be proportional to the net number of magnetic
monopoles i

CHAPTER 29
ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
Discussion Questions
Q29.1 Pulling the sheet from between the poles changes the magnetic flux through the sheet and this
causes induced currents in that sheet. By Lenzs law, the force of the field on these induced curr

Ques%ons based on pre-lecture
required video.
For all ques%ons, neglect air
resistance.
1
Consider a car moving with a constant speed through a
circular-shaped dip in the road as shown. At point P, what
could be

Ques%ons based on pre-lecture
required video.
1
Consider a roller coaster car doing a loop-the-loop. Assume it moves
with a constant speed. At the point shown, what is the direc%on of the
normal force on the car?

Ques%ons based on pre-lecture
required video.
For all ques%ons, neglect air
resistance.
1
As you sit in your chair right now, there is a downward force of
gravity ac0g on you. What is the Newtons Third Law Pair

Ques%ons based on pre-lecture required video
1
Consider constant accelera%on mo%on as discussed in the required
pre-lecture. Say an object is moving with a posiNULLe constant
accelera%on, and vx0 is negaNULLe. Which of

Ques%ons based on pre-lecture
required video.
For all ques%ons, neglect air
resistance.
1
2
A car rounds a curve while maintaining a
constant speed. Is the car accelera0g?
A. No, because the speed is constant

Syllabus
Problem Solving for General Physics II
PHZ 2103 Section 001
Instructor:
Eleanor (Ellie) Clements
Email:
emclements@mail.usf.edu
Meeting Time:
Mondays from 10:30-11:20am in ISA 2023
Office Hours:
By appointment only
Course Overview: This class wil