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You must show and explain all work in a neat and organized way to receive credit. Please show
each step for calculations. YOU MUST TURN IN THIS SHEET.
1. (a) State Faraday's law and Lenz's law. (b) Using Equation (2) from the lab manual as a guide,
state three ways to change the magnetic flux. (5 pts)
2. Suppose a student recorded the following data during Step 10 of this experiment:
A
6.80 deg
4.65 deg
3.05 deg
2.38 deg
1.48 deg
Time
2.00 s
4.00 s
6.00 s
8.00 s
10.0 s
The student was careful to start taking data when the angular position of the pendulum was zero.
Unfortunately, she does not have a computer available to fit the data as you will in Step 12, but
she knows that the amplitude of oscillations decays exponentially according to
A = Age-(Bt) + C, where C = 0.
Use the data obtained by the student to plot a straight-line graph of the appropriate variables on
the graph paper provided, and use it to find values for the parameters Ao and B. (10 pts)
3. A ball and a magnet are released simultaneously from the same height. They
both fall vertically but, on its way down, the magnet passes through a coil.
Which one reaches the ground first? Please make a couple of statements to
support your answer. (5 pts)

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