1. A charged particle, passing through a certain region of space, has a velocity whose magnitude and
direction remain constant if:
A) The external magnetic eld is zero everywhere in this region
B) The external electric eld is zero everywhere in this regio
Physics 208. Fall Semester 2016.
Third Test. Ch. 242526, Cutnell and Johnson, 9th edition.
Topics: Electromagnetic Waves, Mirrors, Lenses

10 multiplechoice questions and one problem
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Write CLEARLY y
Physics 208. Fall Semester 2016.
Second Test. Ch. 2122, Cutnell and Johnson, 9th edition.
Topics: Magnetic Forces, Magnetic Fields, Electromagnetic Induction

10 multiplechoice questions and one problem
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Physics 208. Fall Semester 2016.
Third Test. Ch. 242526, Cutnell and Johnson, 9th edition.
Topics: Electromagnetic Waves, Mirrors, Lenses

10 multiplechoice questions and one problem
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Physics 208. Fall Semester 2016.
Second Test. Ch. 2122, Cutnell and Johnson, 9th edition.
Topics: Magnetic Forces, Magnetic Fields, Electromagnetic Induction

10 multiplechoice questions and one problem
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Physics 208. Fall Semester 2016.
Fourth Test. Ch. 3031, Cutnell and Johnson, 9th edition.
Topics: Atomic Physics, Nuclear Physics

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Momentum = mass X velocity
There is inertia involved with object in motion
A more massive object traveling at the same speed as a less massive
object is harder to stop
Impulse is a measure of change in momentum (units = N)
o
Chang in momentum produces
Difference between science and technology: science is the pursuit of knowledge; technology is the application of that
knowledge
As we learn more about the world and universe our technology gets better
Science, religion, and art: not in conflict with on
A string fixed at both ends is 9.10 m long and has a mass of 0.120 kg. It is subjected to a tension of 95.0
N and set oscillating.
(a) What is the speed of the waves on the string?
m/s
(b) What is the longest possible wavelength for a standing wave?
m
(c)
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Exam 1 Review
1.The micrometer m is often called the micron. What fraction of a millimeter, a centimeter and a meter
equals to 1.0 m.
are (5 m) (11 m) and (6 m) + (13 m) (12 m) respectively.
2. The two vectors and
(c)
).2A
Find (a)
. ? (b)
(
3. A
CH 7 PowerPoint Problems
1. Two identical automobiles have the same speed, one traveling east and one traveling west. Do
these cars have the same momentum?
I.
Do they have the same kinetic energy?
II.
Can a single object have kinetic energy but no momentu
CH 4 PowerPoint Problems
1. Two skaters, a man and a woman, are standing on ice. Neglect any friction between the
skate blades and the ice. The mass of the man is 81 kg, and the mass of the woman is 58 kg.
The woman pushes on the man with a force of 62 N
CH 5 PowerPoint Problems
1. The model airplane in Figure 5.6 has a mass of 0.90 kg and moves at a constant speed on a
circle that is parallel to the ground. The path of the airplane and its guideline lie in the same
horizontal plane, because of the weight
CH 6 PowerPoint Problems
1. A golf club strikes a 0.045kg golf ball in order to launch it from the tee. For simplicity, assume
that the average net force applied to the ball acts parallel to the balls motion, has a magnitude
of 6800 N, and is in contact
Test 3
PHYS 208
Chapter 24
1. Know the contributions of Maxwell.
a. Unified electricity and magnetism and developed the mathematical relationships
for electricity and magnetism and also developed a relationship for EM waves by
finding a theoretical speed
PHYS 208 Test 1
Know the units for all physical properties. Be sure you know how to show your work
Chapter 18
1. Be able to distinguish the difference between the electric field and Coulombs force
Coulombs Force the force that point charges exert on eac
Chapter 21 Equations:
(21.1): The force that a mag field exerts on a moving charge:
(21.2): The motion of a charged particle in a mag field:
,
OR qV= delta EPE
(21.3): The force on a current in a mag field:
L=
in some cases
(21.4): The Torque on a curren
PHYS 208
Unit Objectives
Chapter 21
1. Be able to draw basic magnetic field lines
2. Be able to compare and contrast electric and magnetic fields
3. Know the relationship between magnetic force and moving charges.
When a charge is placed in a magnetic fie
Equations
Chapter 18:
F=k
E=k
F= qE;
q0 q1
(Coulombs Law for pt. chg)
r2
q
r2
(Elec. Field q is absol. Val)
qE=mg(a)
Q=ne (# particles)
Chapter 19:
Capacitors/Dielectrics
q= CV
C = o
A
d (Capacitance)
E=
Elec. Pot diff:
V=
EPE
q
Elec. Pot diff. created
Determine the reactance for 157.4 mH inductor when the frequency is 217.7.
Determine the reactance for a 22.4 microFarad capacitor if the frequency is 410.9.
If the impedance is 3.0 ohms and the Vrms is 8.8 V what is the Irms
If the rms voltage is 4.0 V w
Chapter 7
Impulse and Momentum
7.1 The ImpulseMomentum Theorem
There
are
many
situations when the force
on an object is not
constant
Collision time, tf  t0 is very short, but force
can be quite large
In comparison, the average force F is
smaller
Impulse
Physics Notes
Figure 9.21
The force
does work in rotating the wheel through the angle .
Definition of Rotational Work
The rotational work
angle is
done by a constant torque
in turning an object through an
KE=1/2MV^2
I=mr^2
Definition of Angular Momentum
T