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Test 1
Due: 11:59pm on Sunday, February 13, 2011
Note:You will receive no credit for late submissions.

Problem 21.86: Operation of an Inkjet Printer
In an inkjet printer, letters are built up by squirting drops of ink at the paper from a rapidly moving nozzle. Thepattern on the paper is controlled by an electrostatic valve that determines at each nozzle position whether inkis squirted onto the paper or not. The ink drops have a radius of 17.0 and leave the nozzle and traveltoward the paper at a velocity of 22.0 . The drops pass through a charging unit that gives each drop apositive charge
by causing it to lose some electrons. The drops then pass between parallel deflecting platesof length 2.50 where there is a uniform vertical electric field with a magnitude of 8.50×10
4
.Part AIf a drop is to be deflected a distance of 0.290 by the time it reaches the end of the deflection plate,what magnitude of charge must be given to the drop? (Assume that the density of the ink drop is).ANSWER:=
1.09×10
13
All attempts used; correct answer displayed

Exercise 21.17
Three point charges are arranged along the
-axis. Charge = +3.00 is at the origin, and charge =-5.00 is at = 0.200 . Charge = -8.00 .Part AWhere is located if the net force on is 7.00 in the direction?ANSWER:=
-0.144
Correct

Exercise 21.23
Four identical charges are placed at the corners of a square of side .Part A
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Find the magnitude total force exerted on one charge by the other three charges.
Express your answer in terms of the variables Q, L and appropriate constants.
Correct

Exercise 21.24
Two charges, one of 2.50 and the other of -3.50, are placed on the
-axis, one at the origin and theother at = 0.600 , as shown in the figure .Part AFind the position on the -axis where the net force on a small charge would be zero.ANSWER:
-3.27
Correct

Exercise 21.50
A point charge = -4.00 is at the point = 0.60 , = 0.80 , and a second point charge = +6.00is at the point = 0.60 , = 0.Part ACalculate the magnitude of the net electric field at the origin due to these two point charges.ANSWER:=
132
Correct

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Part BCalculate the direction of the net electric field at the origin due to these two point charges.ANSWER:=
167
Correct
counterclockwise from +-axis
Exercise 21.35
An electron is projected with an initial speed 1.40×10
6
into the uniform field between the parallel plates inthe figure. Assume that the field between the plates isuniform and directed vertically downward, and that thefield outside the plates is zero. The electron enters thefield at a point midway between the plates.Part AIf the electron just misses the upper plate as it emerges from the field, find the speed of the electron as itemerges from the field?ANSWER:=
1.57×10
6
Correct

Exercise 21.46
Two particles having charges = 0.700 and = 4.50 are separated by a distance of 1.90 .Part AAt what point along the line connecting the two charges is the total electric field due to the two chargesequal to zero?ANSWER:=
0.537
Correct
from the charge
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