Review:
Series-connected components
Resistors in series add
n
Req Ri
i 1
Voltage division allows you to find the voltage
across one component when you know the
voltage across a collection of series-connected
components:
Ri
vi
vs
Req
Objectives
Be able to

PHYS 2426 Homework #5 (due 9/15/2016)
Read Chap. 23
Summarize the problem indicating the question to be answered, list the equations used, show all
math, and indicate your answer.
An infinitly long wire with a charge density of 5.00 nC/m lies on the y axi

Objectives:
Explain basic electrical concepts, including
electric charge, current, electrical potential,
electrical power, and energy.
Analyze circuits with ideal, independent, and
controlled voltage and current sources.
Voltage
Current
Power
Energy
Speed

PHYS 2426 Homework #3 (due 9/8/2016)
Summarize the problem indicating the question to be answered, list the equations used, show all
math, and indicate your answer.
10.0
A uniform line of charge that is 10.0 cm long has a total charge of
-5.00 nC. It is p

Vc=Vd=Vc=0; What are the power in
the different elements and Ig?
Chapter 2 Circuit Elements
Chapter 2 Circuit Elements
Objectives:
Understand independent and dependent sources
Understand resistors
Know and be able to use Ohms Law
Know and be able to use t

PHYS 2426 Homework #9 (due 10/4/2016)
Read Chapter 25
Summarize the problem indicating the question to be answered, list the equations used, show all
math, and indicate your answer.
A capacitor C1 when connected to a 9.00 Volt battery has a charge of 36.0

PHYS 2426 Homework #1 (due 9/1/2016)
Read Chap. 21
Summarize the problem indicating the question to be answered, list the equations used, show all
math, and indicate your answer.
A proton is at the position (x = -2.00 m, y = 1.00 m), a second proton is at

PHYS 2426 Homework #7 (due 9/27/2016)
Summarize the problem indicating the question to be answered, list the equations used, show all
math, and indicate your answer.
A conducting spherical shell of inner radius a = 50.0 cm and outer radius b = 60.0 cm
has

PHYS 2426 Homework #2 (due 9/6/2016)
Read Chap. 22
Summarize the problem indicating the question to be answered, list the equations used, show all
math, and indicate your answer.
A +5.00 C point charge is at the position ( x = 2.00 m, y = 0, z = 0), and a

PHYS 2426 Homework #8 (due 9/29/2016)
Summarize the problem indicating the question to be answered, list the equations used, show all
math, and indicate your answer.
A conducting sphere with a radius of 1.50 cm has a net charge of -2.25 C. What is the cap