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Final Examination
March 20, 2013
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Physics 132
Winter, 2013
Instructor:
Mel Shochet
Office: HEP-211
Phone: 2-7440, 2-8113 (secretary)
Email: [email protected]
Office hours: by appointment
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ECON 201: Proposed Solution to Problem Set 1
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Homework 8 Solutions
PHYS 132A, Winter 2013
Due March 4th, 2013
Solutions Done By Nate Earnest
Problem 1 - (Q29.48)
A Changing Magnetic Field
a. Plot the Current
For Reference, here is a rough sketch of our setup:
In order to plot the current through our
Homework 4 Solutions
PHYS 132A, Winter 2013
Due February 4th, 2013
Solutions Done By Nate Earnest
Problem 1 - Capacitance of a Disk
a. Capacitance
Since the charge distribution does not extend to innity, we dene the potential as being zero at x = .
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Physics 132
Final Examination
March 20, 2013
Solutions
1. There are forces on the charge at the origin from each of the other 5 charges. Three
produce forces in the x direction; the forces from the other two are in the y direction.
The force in the x dire
M. Shochet
Physics 13200
Winter, 2013
Course Outline
Week
Date
Topic
Text chapter
1
Jan 7
9
11
Electric charge
Coulombs Law
Electric Field
21
2
14
16
18
Field calculations
Electric flux
Gausss Law
22
21
23
25
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Electric potential energy
Electric po
ECON 201: Proposed Solution to Problem Set 2
Howard Riady
January 29, 2015
Long Answer Question
A shoe manufacturer needs three factors of production: a building, machines and workers. Production of any
strictly positive amount of shoes requires exactly o