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 cons
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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
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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, a
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 Mathemati
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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 syst
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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 capac
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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/Parameter
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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:
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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 press
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 f