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Bonus Homework 2 Begin Date: 1/25/2018 2:01:00 PM -- Due Date: 2/6/2018 11:59:00 PM End Date: 2/6/2018 11:59:00 PM
Problem 1 - 23.1.2 :

Problem 2 - 23.1.10 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
A circular loop of radius R = 3 cm is centered at the origin where there is a constant electric field

E = Exi + Eyj.

For this problem, assume Ex = 11 N/C and Ey = 101 N/C.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value

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R 2 20 1 3
Ex 10 100 1 11
Ey 100 200 1 101

Part (a) What is the flux through the loop, in Nm2/C, when the loop is oriented so that its normal vector is in the
x-direction?

Correct Algorithm: Φ1 = Ex*(3.14159*(R/100)^2)

Choice Info: Hints:


2 hints available
Φ1 = 11*(3.14159*(3/100)^2)
How is the flux related to the electric field?
Φ1 = 11*(3.14159*(3/100)^2) Why does it matter what direction the normal vector
Φ1 = 0.0311 of the loop is in?
Buffer + or - 0.000933

Part (b) What is the flux through the loop, in Nm2/C, when the loop is oriented so that its normal vector is in the
negative y-direction?

Correct Algorithm: Φ2 = -Ey*3.14159*(R/100)^2

Choice Info: Hints:


2 hints available
Φ2 = -101*3.14159*(3/100)^2
How is the flux related to the electric field?
Φ2 = -101*3.14159*(3/100)^2 Why does it matter what direction the normal vector
Φ2 = -0.285570531 of the loop is in?
Buffer + or - 0.00856711593

Part (c) What is the flux through the loop, in Nm2/C, when the loop is oriented so that its normal vector is in the
positive z-direction?

Correct Algorithm: Φ3 = 0

Choice Info: Hints:


3 hints available
Φ3 = 0
How is the flux related to the electric field?
Φ3 = 0 Why does it matter what direction the normal vector
Φ3 = 0 of the loop is in?
Buffer + or - 0 Is there a component of the electric field in the
z-direction?

Problem 3 - c23.3.2 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
The three spheres in the figure have the same
uniformly distributed charge Q. Concentric with
each sphere is a spherical Gaussian surface, all
three of the same radius R.

Variable Sample
Min Max Step
Name Value

Part (a) Rank these spheres, largest to smallest, according to the electric field at any point on the Gaussian surfaces.

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Correct MultipleChoice: They all have the same magnitude of the electric field.

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
1-2-3
Credit: 25 Gauss's law tells us that the electric field at any point
Feedback: on the surface is only due to the size of the surface
and the charge contained within. How much charge is
Each sphere contains the same charge and the Gaussian
surfaces are the same size. contained within each surface?

3-2-1
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Each sphere contains the same charge and the Gaussian
surfaces are the same size.
2-1-3
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Each sphere contains the same charge and the Gaussian
surfaces are the same size.

Problem 4 - 23.3.1 :

Problem 5 - 23.3.7 :

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Problem 6 - 23.3.20 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
An infinite conducting cylindrical shell of outer radius r1 = 0.10 m and inner radius r2 = 0.08 m initially
carries a surface charge density -0.4 μC/m2. A thin wire, with linear charge density 1.1 μC/m, is inserted
along the shells' axis. The shell and the wire do not touch and these is no charge exchanged between
them.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value


sigma -0.5 -0.1 0.1 -0.4
lambda 1 1.5 0.1 1.1

Part (a) What is the new surface charge density, in microcoulombs per square meter, on the inner surface of the
cylindrical shell?

Correct Algorithm: σ2 = -(1.98944)*lambda

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
σ2 = -(1.98944)*1.1
The electric field inside the conducting cylinder
σ2 = -(1.98944)*1.1 must be zero. What is the net charge a Gaussian
σ2 = -2.188 surface inside the cylinder must enclose?
Buffer + or - 0.06564

Part (b) What is the new surface charge density, in microcoulombs per square meter, on the outer surface of the
cylindrical shell?

Correct Algorithm: σ1 = sigma+(1.59155)*lambda

Choice Info: Hints:

σ1 = -0.4+(1.59155)*1.1
σ1 = -0.4+(1.59155)*1.1
σ1 = 1.351
Buffer + or - 0.04053

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2 hints available

Charge is conserved. If negative charge moves to


the inner surface, how does that affect the charge
density of the outer surface?
Note that the original change density is the charge
on the outside of the cylinder, and you've added
some charge to the system because of the extra
wire.

Part (c) Enter an expression for the magnitude of the electric field outside the cylinder (r > 0.1 m), in terms of λ, σ, r1,
r, and ε0.

Correct Equation: E = ( λ + 2 π r1 σ )/(2 π ε0 r )

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
Valid Choices:
Can you determine the net charge enclosed by a
λ, 2, π, σ, r1, 2, ε0, π, r,
cylindrical Gaussian surface in the region of
interest? Note the net charge on the cylinder is
negative and the net charge on the wire is positive.
Partial Credit Choices with Feedback:

InValid Choices:
t, α, m, θ, g, d, β, h, P,

Problem 7 - c24.1.1 :

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Problem 8 - c24.2.2 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
Since an electron has a negative charge, it will move in an electromagnetic field under the Coulomb
force.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value

Part (a) When an electron moves in the opposite direction as the direction of the electric field, we can conclude that:

Correct MultipleChoice: It moves from a low potential to a high potential, and its electric energy decreases.

Choice Info: Hints:


2 hints available
It moves from a low potential to a high potential, and
Recall that the direction of the electric field is defined
its electric energy increases.
to be the direction that a positive charge would move.
Credit: 25
Feedback: To work out the change in energy, recall how force
and potential are related in the gravitational field.
Recall that the electric field points in the direction of
motion of a positive charge. And, like the gravitational Moving in the same direction as the field causes an
field, the electric field points in the direction of object to lose gravitational energy.
decreasing potential energy.
It moves from a high potential to a low potential, and
its electric energy increases.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Recall that the electric field points in the direction of
motion of a positive charge. And, like the gravitational
field, the electric field points in the direction of
decreasing potential energy.
It moves from a high potential to a low potential, and
its electric energy decreases.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Recall that the electric field points in the direction of
motion of a positive charge. And, like the gravitational
field, the electric field points in the direction of
decreasing potential energy.
Both its electric potential and electric potential
energy stay constant.
Credit: 25
Feedback:

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Why did the proton move at all? Since it moved because


of the action of the electric field, you know that its
energy could not have remained constant.

Problem 9 - c24.2.1 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
Since a proton has a positive charge, it will move in an electromagnetic field under the Coulomb force.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value

Part (a) When a proton moves in the same direction as the electric field is pointing, we can conclude that:

Correct MultipleChoice: It moves from a high potential to a low potential and its electric energy decreases.

Choice Info: Hints:


2 hints available
It moves from a low potential to a high potential, and
its electric energy increases. Recall that the direction of the electric field is defined
to be the direction that a positive charge would move.
Credit: 25
Feedback: To work out the change in energy, recall how force
Recall that the electric field points in the direction of and potential are related in the gravitational field.
motion of a positive charge. And, like the gravitational Moving in the same direction as the field causes an
field, the electric field points in the direction of object to lose gravitational energy.
decreasing potential energy.
It moves from a low potential to a high potential and
its electric energy decreases.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Recall that the electric field points in the direction of
motion of a positive charge. And, like the gravitational
field, the electric field points in the direction of
decreasing potential energy.
It moves from a high potential to a low potential and
its electric energy increases.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Recall that the electric field points in the direction of
motion of a positive charge. And, like the gravitational
field, the electric field points in the direction of
decreasing potential energy.
Both its electric potential and electric potential
energy stay constant.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Why did the proton move at all? Since it moved because
of the action of the electric field, you know that its
energy could not have remained constant.

Problem 10 - 24.2.2 :

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Problem 11 - 24.2.9 :

Problem 12 - 24.2.12 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
Consider the parallel-plate capacitor shown in the figure. The plate
separation is 1.1 mm and the the electric field inside is 11 N/C. An
electron is positioned halfway between the plates and is given some
initial velocity, vi.

Randomized Variables

d = 1.1 mm
E = 11 N/C

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value


d 1 7 0.1 1.1
E 10 30 1 11

Part (a) What speed, in meters per second, must the electron have in order to make it to the negatively charged plate?

Correct Algorithm: vi,a = (1.602*10^-19*E*d/1000/(9.109*10^-31))^0.5

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
vi,a = (1.602*10^-19*11*1.1/1000/(9.109*10^-31))^0.5
Use conservation of energy with the condition that the
vi,a = (1.602*10^-19*11*1.1/1000/(9.109*10^-31))^0.5 final velocity will be zero at the negative plate if the
vi,a = 46130.545 charge will just get there.
Buffer + or - 1383.91635

Part (b) If the electron has half the speed needed to reach the negative plate, it will turn around and go towards the
positive plate. What will its speed be, in meters per second, when it reaches the positive plate in this case?

Correct Algorithm: vf,b = ((5/4)*1.602*10^-19*E*d/1000/(9.11*10^-31))^0.5

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
vf,b = ((5/4)*1.602*10^-19*11*1.1/1000/(9.11*10^-
Use conservation of energy again, using a different
31))^0.5
set of final and initial conditions.
vf,b = ((5/4)*1.602*10^-19*11*1.1/1000/(9.11*10^-
31))^0.5
vf,b = 51572.687
Buffer + or - 1547.18061

Problem 13 - c24.3.4 :

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Problem 14 - 24.3.2 :

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Problem 15 - 24.3.8 (v2) :

Problem 16 - 24.3.12 :

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Problem 17 - c24.4.2 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
Some region of space contains a uniform electric field directed south with magnitude 100 V/m. At point
A the electric potential is 400 V.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value

Part (a) What is the electric potential at point B, which is 2 meters directly south of A?

Correct MultipleChoice: 200 V

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
400 V
Since the field is pointed south, a positive charge will
Credit: 25
Feedback: move south and the electric potential will decrease in
Since you are moving along the field lines, the potential that direction. The strength of the electric field tells
should decrease. you how much the potential will change if you move
along the field lines.
600 V
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Since you are moving along the field lines, the potential
should decrease, not increase.

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800 V
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Since you are moving along the field lines, the potential
should decrease, not increase.
There is not enough information given.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
You know the strength and direction of the electric field,
the potential at some reference point and the distance
from this reference point. There is enough information
here to answer the problem.

Problem 18 - c24.6.1 :

Problem 19 - 25.1.1 :

Problem 20 - 25.1.4 :

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Problem 21 - c25.2.1 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
Two parallel-plate capacitors have the same plate area, but the plate gap in capacitor 1 is twice as big as
capacitor 2.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value

Part (a) If capacitance of the first capacitor is C, then capacitance of the second one is:

Correct MultipleChoice: 2C

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
C/2
Credit: 25 How does the gap between the plates of a capacitor
Feedback: change the capacitance?
A larger gap will decrease the capacitance, not increase.
C
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The gap changes the capacitance because it requires
more energy to transport charges across the gap.
C/4
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The capacitance is linearly depending on the gap size,
rather than to a particular power.
4C
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The capacitance is linearly depending on the gap size,
rather than to a particular power.

Problem 22 - c25.2.3 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
Consider two air-filled parallel-plate capacitors with circular plates. Capacitor 1 has a distance between
plates d and plate radius R. Capacitor 2 has a distance between plates 2d and plate radius 2R.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value

Part (a) If the capacitance of capacitor 1 is C, then the capacitance of capacitor 2 is:

Correct MultipleChoice: 2C

Choice Info: Hints:

C/2
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The larger area increases the capacitance, while the
large gap decreases it. You also need to take into

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account that we are increasing the radius, not the area 2 hints available
directly.
How does the gap between the plates and the area of
C the plates each affect the capacitance?
Credit: 25 One increases the capacitance and one decreases it.
Feedback: Also notice that we are increasing the radius here, not
The larger area increases the capacitance, while the the area.
large gap decreases it. You also need to take into
account that we are increasing the radius, not the area
directly.
C/4
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The larger area increases the capacitance, while the
large gap decreases it. You also need to take into
account that we are increasing the radius, not the area
directly.
4C
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The larger area increases the capacitance, while the
large gap decreases it. You also need to take into
account that we are increasing the radius, not the area
directly.

Problem 23 - 25.3.16 :

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Problem 24 - 25.3.12 :

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Problem 25 - 25.3.9 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
Two uncharged capacitor with C1 = 15 μF and C2 = 15 μF are
connected in parallel to a battery with ε = 1.5 V.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value


c1 10 100 5 15
c2 10 100 5 15
e 1 10 0.5 1.5

Part (a) Calculate the numerical value of Q1 in μC.

Correct Algorithm: Q1 = c1*e

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
Q1 = 15*1.5
Use the result of part (a).
Q1 = 15*1.5
Q1 = 22.5
Buffer + or - 0.675

Part (b) Calculate the numerical value of Q2 in μC.

Correct Algorithm: Q2 = c2*e

Choice Info: Hints:


0 hints available
Q2 = 15*1.5
Q2 = 15*1.5
Q2 = 22.5
Buffer + or - 0.675

Part (c) Express the total charge on the two capacitors in terms of C1, C2, and ε.

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Correct Equation: Q = ( C1 + C2 ) ε

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
Valid Choices:
ε, C1, ε, C2, It’s the sum of the charges on the two capacitors.

Partial Credit Choices with Feedback:

InValid Choices:
t, α, m, θ, g, d, β, h, P, i, j, k,

Part (d) Calculate the numerical value of Ceq in μF.

Correct Algorithm: Ceq = c1+c2

Choice Info: Hints:


0 hints available
Ceq = 15+15
Ceq = 15+15
Ceq = 30
Buffer + or - 0.9

Problem 26 - 25.4.4 :

Problem 27 - 25.4.6 :

Problem 28 - c25.5.1 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
A parallel-plate capacitor of capacitance C has plate area A and distance between plates d. The capacitor

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is connected to a battery with voltage V, fully charged and then disconnected. A slab of dielectric
material with dielectric constant 4.0 is then inserted into capacitor, completely filling region between
plates.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value

Part (a) After inserting the dielectric, the capacitance is now:

Correct MultipleChoice: 4C

Choice Info: Hints:


2 hints available
2C
Credit: 25 How is the capacitance dependent on the dielectric
constant?
Feedback:
The capacitance is linearly dependent on the dielectric, The dielectric constant serves to increase the
so where did you get this factor of two? capacitance of the region between the plates.

C/2
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The capacitance is linearly dependent on the dielectric,
so where did you get this factor of two?
C
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The main characteristic of a dielectric is that is changes
the capacitance of a material (air, in this case). So, the
capacitance will certainly change.
C/4
Credit: 25
Feedback:
A dielectric increases the capacitance, rather than
decreasing it.

Part (b) After inserting the dielectric, the voltage across the capacitor is now:

Correct MultipleChoice: V/4

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
2V
Notice that the battery has been disconnected, so the
Credit: 25
Feedback: voltage change is due to the change in capacitance
alone.
The voltage is linearly dependent on the capacitance,
which is linearly dependent on the dielectric constant.
Where did you get this factor of two?
V/2
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The voltage is linearly dependent on the capacitance,
which is linearly dependent on the dielectric constant.
Where did you get this factor of two?
V
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Since there is no battery connected, the voltage across
the capacitor depends solely on the capacitance, which
has changed according to part(a).
4V
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The increased capacitance should lead to a decreased
potential, not an increased one.

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Part (c) After inserting the dielectric, the charged stored in the capacitor is now:

Correct MultipleChoice: VC

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
2VC
Since there is no battery connected, there is no charge
Credit: 25
flowing through this circuit.
Feedback:
There is no charge flowing in this circuit, so the charge
on the capacitor must remain the same after inserting the
dielectric.
VC/2
Credit: 25
Feedback:
There is no charge flowing in this circuit, so the charge
on the capacitor must remain the same after inserting the
dielectric.
4VC
Credit: 25
Feedback:
There is no charge flowing in this circuit, so the charge
on the capacitor must remain the same after inserting the
dielectric.
VC/4
Credit: 25
Feedback:
There is no charge flowing in this circuit, so the charge
on the capacitor must remain the same after inserting the
dielectric.

Part (d) After inserting the dielectric, the electric field in the capacitor is now:

Correct MultipleChoice: One-forth as large.

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
Twice as large.
The charge on the plates is remaining the same, while
Credit: 25
the capacitance and potential have changed. You will
Feedback:
The charge does not change, the increased capacitance need to work out the new electric field.
will increase the field, but the decreased potential will
decrease it. You will need to work out how these effects
all combine.
Half as large.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The charge does not change, the increased capacitance
will increase the field, but the decreased potential will
decrease it. You will need to work out how these effects
all combine.
Four times as large.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The charge does not change, the increased capacitance
will increase the field, but the decreased potential will
decrease it. You will need to work out how these effects
all combine.
The same.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The charge does not change, the increased capacitance
will increase the field, but the decreased potential will

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decrease it. You will need to work out how these effects
all combine.

Problem 29 - 25.5.6 :

Problem 30 - 26.1.6 :

Problem 31 - 26.1.7 :

Problem 32 - c26.2.1 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
Consider a resistor like the one shown in the figure, with the current moving in the
direction shown.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value

Part (a) Which of these statements is correct?

Correct MultipleChoice: Electric potential is higher at point a than electric potential at point b, and the
charges are moving with the same speeds at those points.

Choice Info: Hints:


3 hints available
Electric potential at point a is lower than electric
potential at point b, and as a result charges are What does the direction tell you about the motion of
charges? Does the speed of the current depend on the
moving slower at point b.
physical parameters of the circuit (Which we don't

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Credit: 25 know) or on the potential?


Feedback: The direction of the current is the direction a positive
The resistance in the wire is zero (or constant), so the charge moves - what happens to the potential when a
speed of the current is the same at point (a) and point positive charge moves in an electric field?
(b). In addition, when a positive charge moves in an Outside of the resistor the resistance is zero (or at least
electric field it loses potential, rather than gaining it as constant, outside of the idealized situation). How does
you've specified. the drift speed of the current change on either side of
the resistor in this case?
Electric potential at point a is higher than electric
potential at point b, and as a result charges are
moving faster at point b.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The resistance in the wire is zero (or constant), so the
speed of the current is the same at point (a) and point
(b).
Electric potential at point a is the same as electric
potential at point b, and as a result charges are
moving with the same speeds at those points.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
A resistor causes a potential drop as charges cross it.
Electric potential at point a is lower that electric
potential at point b, and the charges are moving with
the same speeds at those points.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
When a positive charge moves in an electric field it
loses potential, rather than gaining it.

Problem 33 - 26.2.5 :

Problem 34 - 26.2.9 :

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Problem 35 - 26.2.10 :

Problem 36 - 26.2.20 :

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Problem 37 - 26.3.13 :

Problem 38 - c26.6.1 :
Full solution not currently available at this time.
The voltage drop through resistors #1 and #2 is the same, but resistor #1 has two times greater
resistance than resistor #2.

Variable Name Min Max Step Sample Value

Part (a) The power dissipated in resistor #1 is:

Correct MultipleChoice: ½ the power dissipated in resistor #2.

Choice Info: Hints:


1 hints available
Twice the power dissipated in resistor #2.
Credit: 25 How is the power dissipation in a resistor dependent
Feedback: on the resistance?
Since the first has a larger resistance, it will dissipate
less power, not more.

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The same as power the dissipated in resistor #2.


Credit: 25
Feedback:
Since the resistances are different, these resistors will
dissipate different amounts of power.
Four times the power dissipated in resistor #2.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
Since the first has a larger resistance, it will dissipate
less power, not more.
¼ the power dissipated in resistor #2.
Credit: 25
Feedback:
The power dissipated depends linearly on the resistance.

Problem 39 - 26.6.1 :

Problem 40 - 26.6.10 :

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Problem 41 - 26.6.27 :

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