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11. Write the ~quation for the resistance of a conductor of uniform cross section.

Identify each
variable.

12. Write the equation that defines resistance (sometimes called Ohm's Law.) State what must also be
true about one of the variables for the equation to be a statement of Ohm's Law.

13. Write the equation for the equivalent resistance of a series set, and the equation for the equivalent
resistance of a parallel set.

14. Write the equation for power, that is, the rate at which electrical energy is converted to other forms
of energy, in terms of potential difference and current.

15. Write the equation for the magnetic force on a particle moving with velocity v in a uniform magnetic
field of strength B.

16. Write the equation for the magnetic force on a current element I dl in a magnetic field B.

17. Write Ampere's Law. State in words what the Law means.

18. Write Faraday's Law. State in words what the law tells us.

19. Write Faraday's Law in terms of the current I carried in a coil of self-inductance L.

20. Write the equation for the energy stored in an inductor of self-inductance L if a current I flows
through it.