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Test 3
Due: 11:59pm on Thursday, March 10, 2011
Note:You will receive no credit for late submissions.

Problem 29.55: Terminal Speed
A conducting rod with length , mass , and resistance moves without friction on metal rails. The rails areconnected with eachother. A uniform magnetic field is directed into the plane of the figure. The rod startsfrom rest and is acted on by a constant force directed to the right. The rails are infinitely long and havenegligible resistance.Part AGraph the speed of the rod as a function of time.ANSWER:

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Part BFind an expression for the terminal speed (the speed when the acceleration of the rod is zero).
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Problem 29.51
As a new electrical engineer for the local power company, you are assigned the project of designing agenerator of sinusoidal ac voltage with a maximum voltage of 120 . Besides plenty of wire, you have twostrong magnets that can produce a constant uniform magnetic field of 1.6 over a square area with a lengthof 10.4 on a side when the magnets are separated by a distance of 11.3 . The basic design shouldconsist of a square coil turning in the uniform magnetic field. To have an acceptable coil resistance, the coilcan have at most 400 loops.
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Part AWhat is the minimum rotation rate of the coil so it will produce the required voltage?
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Problem 25.58
A plastic tube 25.0 long and 4.00 in diameter is dipped into a silver solution, depositing a layer of silver0.100 thick uniformly over the outer surface of the tube.Part AIf this coated tube is then connected across a 12.0- battery, what will be the current?ANSWER:=
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Test Your Understanding 25.1: Electric Current and Current Density
Two wires both carry the same current . The moving charged particles in both wires are electrons, but theconcentration of moving electrons in wire #1 is double the concentration of moving electrons in wire #2.Part AUnder what circumstances will the drift speed of electrons be the same in both wires?ANSWER:
if the diameter of wire #2 is the diameter of wire #1if the diameter of wire #2 is the diameter of wire #1if the diameter of wire #2 is the diameter of wire #1if the diameter of wire #2 is times the diameter of wire #1if the diameter of wire #2 is times the diameter of wire #1if the diameter of wire #2 is times the diameter of wire #1
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The current density is related to the current and the cross-sectional area of the wire by therelationship
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The current density is also related to the concentration , charge , and drift speed of themoving particles by the relationshipCombining these relationships, we findThe values of , , and are the same for both wires. Since is twice as great in wire #1 as in wire#2, it must be that is twice as great in wire #2 as in wire #1. The cross-sectional area isproportional to the square of the diameter, so the diameter of wire #2 must be times the diameterof wire #1.
Test Your Understanding 25.4: Electromotive Force and Circuits
A simple circuit consists of a resistor connected to a battery. The battery has emf , internal resistance ,and terminal voltage , and the resistor has resistance .Part A
Rank the following circuits in order of current, from highest to lowest values.

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The sum of potential changes around each circuit is zero. This statement can be written as(1)The quantity is the terminal voltage across the battery of emf :(2)Combining (1) and (2), we have(3)We can solve each of (1), (2), and (3) for , giving us three different expressions for the current in thecircuit:(4)(5)
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