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University of Bahrain Physics 102 Final ExamDepartment of Physics Saturday 19/6/2010 8:30
–
10:30
Name:_____________________________________________ ID no.:______________________Instructor Name:_____________________________________ Section:______________________
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40
k = 9
10
9
Nm
2
/C
2
,
0
= 8.85
10
-12
C
2
/Nm
2
e = 1.6
10
-19
C,
0
=4

10
-7
T.m/A,m
p
= 1.67
10
-27
Kg,m
e
= 9.11
10
-31
Kg

25 MCQ (1.6 point each)
Q1:
An electron enters a region of crossed uniform electric andmagnetic fields as shown. The electric field is directed to theright and the magnetic field is directed into the page.The correct
directions of the electric (F
E
) and magnetic (F
B
) forces
on the
electron
are:(A) F
E
(Up)F
B
(Left)(B) F
E
(Right)F
B
(Left)

(C) F
E
(Right)F
B
(Right)

(D) F
E
(Left)F
B
(Left)(E) F
E
(Left)F
B
(Right)
Q2
: Two charges one positive and the other is negative are placed asshown in the figure. If Q=1nC and a=0.3m, then the magnitudeof
the net electric field
(in N/C) at point P (at the origin) is:(A) Zero

(B) 42.4 (C) 100

(D) 200 (E) 141.4
Q3:
A point charge q=10µC is placed at a distance r=0.4m froma uniformly charged long wire
as shown. If the wire’s linear charge
density
=+2µC/m, then the
electric force on the charge
(in N) is:(A)
ˆ
0.9 ( )
i
(B)
ˆ
0.9 ( )
i
(C)
ˆ
0.45( )
i
(D)
ˆ
0.45( )
i
(E)
ˆ
2.25( )
i

Q4:
A semicircular wire carrying a uniform positive charge of lineardensity +
is placed in the xy-plane as shown. The
correctintegration

for the x-component of the electric field
at the origin (point O) is:(A)
0
sin
a

 


(B)
0
cos
a

 


(C)
20
sin
a

 


(D)
20
cos
a

 


(E) Zero+

rq

xyRightUp

---

e
-

v
++
B
in
Electron+
o
yxa
-+

a
x
a
P
×

2
Q5:
A positively charged solid conducting spherehas a radius
a
.The
point or points at which theelectric potential is highest
is:(A) Only P
1
(B) Only P
2
and P
3
(C) Only P
1
, P
2
and P
3
(D) Only P
3
(E) Only P
4
Q6:
Two point charges are placed at a distance
d=2m
from eachother as shown in the figure. The point P at which the
net electric

potential is zero
is located at a distance x (in m) equal to:(A) 1 (B) 0.5 (C) 0.33 (D) 0.25 (E) 0.2
Q7
: A particle of charge
q
1
=
q
and mass
m
1
=m
andanother particle of charge
q
2
= 2q
and mass m
2
=
m/2
areboth accelerated from rest through a potential difference
as shown. The ratio of the change in their kineticenergies
K
1
/
K
2
is:(A) 2 (B)0.5 (C) 1 (D) 0.25 (E) 4
Q8:
A parallel-plate capacitor
is fully charged by a battery.Now, a material of dielectric constant

is inserted fully into thecapacitor while the
battery remains connected
. The
correct
charge
and
capacitance
before and afterinserting the dielectric material is:(A) C<C
0
Q>Q
0

(B) C>C
0
Q=Q
0
(C) C<C
0
Q<Q
0
(D) C>C
0
Q>Q
0
(E) C=C
0
Q=Q
0

Q9:
A cylindrical conducting wire of resistance R=1.56
is connected to abattery of 5V as shown. If the conductor cross sectional area isA=4
10
-6
m
2
and has free electron density n=2
10
28
electron/m
3

Then the electrons drift speed
(in m/s) in the conductor is:(A) 1×10
-3
(B) 0.5×10
-3
(C) 0.25×10
-3
(D) 0.167×10
-3
(E) 0.1×10
-3

Q10

:
In the circuit shown the switch S is open and R=8
.The
equivalent resistance
between points a and b is:

(A) 3

(B) 6 (C) 9 (D) 12 (E) 15V
0
Q

C

V
0
Q
0
C
0

5VVq2qRabR2R2RS

-7Q+Q

xdPP
5
P
4

a

P
1
P
3
P
2
××××
Positively chargedsolid conductingspherer

×

3
Q11:
In the circuit shown

1
=21
V, I
2
=2A and I
3
=1A.
The
value of the unknown resistor R
(in
)
is:
(A) 1

(B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4 (E) 5
Q12:
The circuit shown has been connected for a
long tim
e.The
charge (in µC) on the capacitor is:
(A) 80 (B) 60 (C) 40 (D) 20 (E) Zero
Q13:
In the circuit shown, S is closed at time t = 0 and the capacitoris initially uncharged. The current (in µA) in the circuit at t=4s is:(A) 4.23 (B) 3.58 (C) 3.03 (D) 2.57 (E) 2.17
Q14: A
triangular current loop carrying a current I=2A is placed in auniform magnetic field
ˆ ˆ
0.6 0.3 ( )
B i j
as shown in the figure. If
l
=2m, then the
magnetic force
(in N) on
the wire segment
ca
is:
{(
) is out of the plane of the page, and (
) is
in to the plane of the page}(A)

2.4 (
)(B)

2.4 (
)
(C)
1.2 (
)
(D)
1.2 (
)
(E) Zero
Q15:
A rectangular current loop that carries a current I
1
is placed next to avery long wire that carries a current I
2
as shown in the figure.The net magnetic force on the square loop is directed along the(A) Positive y axis

(B) Positive x axis

(C) Negative y axis

(D) Negative x axis (E) out of thepage plane (
)

=10V
S

C=3
FR=2M


1

3

R

3


2

I
1

I
2
=2A

I
3
=1A

6

I
1
xyI
2
2

10

10
F20V5V3
20V14V
xyB
I
l
2
l
a bc