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The objectives of this course are to tease out the laws of electromagnetism from our everyday experience by specific examples of how electromagnetic phenomena manifest themselves. We want to be able:

To describe, in words, the ways in which various concepts in electromagnetism come into play in particular situations;
To represent these electromagnetic phenomena and fields mathematically in those situations;
And to predict outcomes in other similar situations.
The overall goal is to use the scientific method to come to understand the enormous variety of electromagnetic phenomena in terms of a few relatively simple laws.
The objectives of this course are to tease out the laws of electromagnetism from our everyday experience by specific examples of how electromagnetic phenomena manifest themselves. We want to be able:

To describe, in words, the ways in which various concepts in electromagnetism come into play in particular situations;
To represent these electromagnetic phenomena and fields mathematically in those situations;
And to predict outcomes in other similar situations.
The overall goal is to use the scientific method to come to understand the enormous variety of electromagnetic phenomena in terms of a few relatively simple laws.

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Published by: akirank1 on Jul 05, 2009
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PRS28
Consider the above circular capacitor, andthe Amperian loop (radius
) in the planemidway between the plates. When thecapacitor is charging, the line integral of themagnetic field around the Amperian loop is
1. Zero: No current crosses the surface spanningthe Amperian loop2. Zero: The magnetic field is perpendicular to theAmperian Loop3. Non-zero: An electric current flows betweenthe capacitor plates4. Non-zero: There is time changing electric fluxon the surface spanning the Amperian Loop
 
PRS28
The plot above shows a side and a top view of a capacitor with charge
Q
with electric andmagnetic fields E and B at time
 t
. Thecharge
Q
is:
1.
 
Increasing in time2.
 
Constant in time.3.
 
Decreasing in time.4.
 
Don’t have a clue.
 
PRS28
The graph shows a plot of the functiony = cos(
 k x
). The value of 
 k
is
1.
 
1/2
 2.
 
1/4
 
3.
 
π
 
4.
 
π
/2
 5.
 
Don’t have a clue
 

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