Name: Problem 1. (10 points) Answer the following questions. A. What is the time constant for the discharge of the capacitors in the figure?
Phys 112 HW #17 Due: Mon., Feb. 27
B. What is the time constant for the discharge of the capacitors in the figure?
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Phys 112 HW #14 Due: Mon., Feb. 20
Problem 1. (20 points) An aluminum wire consists of three segments shown in the figure. The current in the top segment is 10 A. For each of the three segments find the Current I Current density J Electric field E D
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Phys 112 HW #13 Due: Fri., Feb. 17
Problem 1. (10 points) 1.44 1014 electrons flow through a cross section of a 2.00 mm 2.00 mm square wire in 3.0 s. The electron drift speed is 2.00 10-4 m/s, and the mean time between collisions for the electrons i
Phys 112 HW #11
Due: Mon., Feb. 13
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Problem 1. (10 points) Plotting the potential for two charges in the xy -plane.
A. Model. List your assumptions.
B. Visualize/Parameterize: Using the Mathematica le provided in Fridays class folder, create plots
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Phys 112 HW #10
Due: Fri., Feb. 10
Problem 1. (10 points) A protons speed as it passes point A is 50,000 m/s, and it follows the trajectory
shown.
A. Model. List your assumptions. Dene your system and indicate what is conserved.
B. Visualize/Paramet
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Phys 112 HW #07 Due: Wed., Feb. 01
Problem 1. (20 points) Answer the following questions. Answer the following questions. A. A proton and electron are released from rest in the center of a capacitor. 1. Is the force ratio Fproton /Felectron greater
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Phys 112 HW #04 Due: Wed., Jan. 25
Problem 1. (10 points) Determine the total charge of all the protons in 1.0 L of liquid water. A. Model: What assumptions will you make? B. Visualize/Parameterize. Make a sketch of the setup, use symbols to define
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Phys 112 HW #03 Due: Mon., Jan. 23
Problem 1. (10 points) Suppose you wish to fill a bathtub of volume V with water using a garden hose with a diameter D in a certain amount of time t. A. Model: What assumptions will you make? B. Visualize/Parameter
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Phys 112 HW #02 Due: Fri., Jan. 20
Problem 1. (10 points) You've been assigned to construct a water barometer (which is certainly safer than using mercury). You've learned that atmospheric pressure can vary by as much as 5% from 1 standard atmospher
Phys 111 HW #19
Due: Wed., Oct. 12
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Problem 1. (10 points) A 0.40 kg model rocket (engine thrust = 20 N) is resting horizontally at the top edge of a 40-mhigh wall. Att = 0 s, the rocket engine fires, launching it over the edge.
A. Model: I'llanswert