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Midterm I Review

(Phys 2200 – Spring 2017)
CSULA

For actual midterm, only a two-sided 3×5 formula card and a calculator
with cleared memory is allowed

This Midterm covers chapters 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26(Sec’s 1-3)

Similar to HW problems, examples on the board, and the following review problems may be included in the
midterm. Make sure you work on all these areas.

The actual Midterm is on Thursday February 23, during class hour

There will be 4  1 problems in exam

Please try to arrive at least 5 minutes early

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due to Q2? (a2) Repeat (a1). and then use that to calculate the electric field at the location of Q1. due to Q2.1. and Q3 = -7 nC. (a1) What is the electric field at the location of Q1. are located as shown in Figure. Q2 = 7 nC. one negative and two positive. but first calculate the electric potential at the location of Q1. (a2) What is the electric field at the location of Q1. due to Q2. Field and force with three charges: At a particular moment. Q1 = 1 nC. due to Q3? 2 . three small charged balls.

3 . due to Q2 and Q3? (b) Use the electric field you calculated above to find the force on Q1 due to Q2 and Q3.(a3) What is the net electric field at the location of Q1.

R1 A C – Q2 B b) Find the potential at point C relative to infinitely far away.2.) 4 . A thin spherical plastic shell of radius R1 carrier a uniformly distributed charge or Q1 on its surface. a) Find the potential difference VA–VB. (Recall we take potential at infinity to be zero. Assume d is much smaller than the size of the disk. (A is at center) Q1. A very large thin circular glass disk that carries a uniformly distributed charge of –Q2 is located at a distance of d from the center of the shell.

05 m A1 = 9 10-8 m2 A2 = 1.2 m L2 = 0.5 10-8 m2 (a) What is E1 and E2? (b) What is R1 and R2? (c) If E = 12. For the wires in the figure: n = 9 1028 electrons/m3 u = 7 10-5 (m/s)/(V/m) L1 = 0. what is the current in R1 and R2? 5 .3.0 V.

and R3? (c) What is the conventional current through R3? (d) What is the power dissipated in each resistor? (e) If another battery with emf of E = 10.0 volts is added across R2 (Positive up). In the circuit shown below. R2. A steady current flows through the circuit. the emf of the battery is E = 7. (a) What is the equivalent resistance of R1 and R2? (b) What is the equivalent resistance of all the resistors: R1. Resistor R1 has a resistance of 33 ohms.4. and resistor R3 has a resistance of 51 ohms.2 volts. then what is the current in R3? 6 . resistor R2 has a resistance of 45 ohms.

while the electric field at r 2 = 45.5) A non-conducting sphere with radius a = 4.0 cm is measured to be 3.0 cm and c = 20.0 cm from the center is 1. a) What is the charge on the insulating sphere? b) What is the net charge on the conducting shell? c) What is the charge on the inner surface of spherical shell? d) What is the charge on the outer surface of spherical shell? e) What is the potential as a function of r inside the non-conducting sphere? c b a 7 .5102 N/C radially outward.2103 N/C radially inward.0 cm as shown.0 cm is inside a conducting shell with radii b = 15. Assume that the electric field at r 1 = 10.

6. a) When all capacitors are fully charged. In the following Figure all capacitor values are 5. what would be its new charge and voltage? A B C2 C3 12V C1 C4 C 8 .0 μF and the battery is 12V.5 is placed inside. what are the charges on them? b) What are the potential differences VAB and VBC? (hint: this part needs no calculations.) c) Now if capacitor C4 is taken out of the circuit and a dielectric with constant =2.

If this battery is charged with a 90 A steady current.05 Ω.7. A battery’s EMF is 18 V and its internal resistance is 0. a) what is the potential difference across its terminals? b) What is the rate of energy dissipating into heat? c) What is the rate of conversion of energy into chemical energy? d) What is the rate of total energy being fed into the battery. 9 .

b) What is the potential difference between points A and B? 3. In the following circuit: a) Find the current in all resistors.0 k A 50V 40V 60V 2.8.0 k 1.0 k B 10 .