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VG/MVG-LevelFyBCh20-21NVC08 Magnetism & Magnetic Induction

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FyBCh20-21NVC08 VG/MVG-Level Test On Magnetism and Magnetic Induction
Instructions: The Test Warning! There are more than one version of the test.

Tools

Approved formula sheets, ruler, and graphic calculator. You may use your personalized formula booklet which has your name on it. This should be submitted along with the test. 10:40-12:05; The multi-choice problems must be answered on the this paper. The solutions to each question must also be answered in the space provided. Only, if you need additional space you may write your solutions in an additional page that will be provided if needed.

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Limits:

There are 6 problems in this test and it gives at maximum 27 points, 17 of which are VG points. Problems number 4, 5 and 6 are of the greatest important for MVG. minimum 9 points G+ in the G test. V/MVG test: Minimum of total 18 points , 6 of which are VG points G+ in the G test. V/MVG test: Minimum of total 21 points , 12 of which are VG points and MVG ¤ quality in all problems specially on the problems 4, 5 and 6.

Pass (G): VG: MVG:

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Please answer as clear as possible. Do not forget the UNITS!

B
G VG MVG G VG MVG 1 1 2

LRC emf Gener. LR 2a 1 1 2b 1 1 3 1 2

Ind.

I ind t 
5b 2 1 M25¤

Enjoy it! Behzad Induct Sum Gmin VGmin 6a 6b 2 1 1 3 1235¤ 27 10 17 9 18 6

MVGmin
21 12 M1235¤

4 5a 0 1 3 3 1235¤

MVG- quality ¤

Prob. 4 Prob. 5 Prob. 6 Other Problems

M1 M2 M3 M4 M5

Formulates and develops the problem, uses general methods with problem solving.
Analyses and interprets the results, concludes and evaluates if they are reasonable. Carries out mathematical proof, or analyses mathematical reasoning. Evaluates and compares different methods and mathematical models. The presentation is structured, and mathematical language is correct.

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In the accompanied figure the graph of a uniform magnetic field, Bt  through a conducting loop is plotted as a function of time. The direction of the magnetic field is perpendicular to the plane of the loop. Rank the six regions of the graph according to the magnitude of emf induced in the loop, the smallest first. Why? Explain.[1/2]

140 120 100
B [mT]

80 60 40 20 0 0 3 6 9 12 15 t [s] 18 21 24 27 30

Region Time

2.

A resistor, a capacitor, and an inductor are connected in series to an AC power source of frequency f . The effective voltages across the circuit components are VR  12.0 V , VC  18.0 V , and VL  14.0 V . a. Find the effective voltage of the source. [1/1] b. Find the phase angle in the circuit. [1/1]

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3.

The armature of a 50 Hz ac generator rotates in a 0.25 T magnetic field. If the area of the coil is 400 cm 2 . How many loops must the coil contain if the peak output is to be  0  300. V ? [1/2]

4.

The potential difference across a given coil is 22.5 V at an instant when current is 860 mA and is increasing at a rate 3.40 A / s . At a later instant, the potential difference is 16.2 V whereas the current is 700 mA and is decreasing at a rate of [0/3/ M1235¤] 1.80 A/ s . Determine the inductance and resistance of the coil.

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In the accompanied figure a conducting circular metallic loop of diameter 50.0 cm , and resistance 5.00  is illustrated. As shown in the figure, fifty percent of the figure, i.e. the half-circle  lies in a uniform magnetic field Bt  that is directed out of the page of the paper and towards the reader of these words. The magnitude of the magnetic field is a quadratic function of time and may be expressed as Bt   5.00  t 2  3.00  t  9.00 T The magnetic field B is in Tesla and time t in seconds. An ideal battery with emf  bat  9.00 V is connected to the loop as illustrated in the figure. a. b.

B

Find the direction and magnitude of the induced current in the metallic circular  loop by Bt  as a function of time t . [1/3] Calculate the direction and magnitude of the current in the loop at t  10.0 s ? Explain. [2/1/ M25¤]

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6. As illustrated in the accompanying figure a 3.00 kg metallic rod of length 10.0 cm is placed on two long parallel conductor rails which may be assumed resistance free. The conductors are connected in series to a 0.250  resistor. As shown in the figure a uniform magnetic field of magnitude 2.50 T is directed out of the page. The bar is in a good contact with the conductor rails. The metallic bar is given an initial velocity 9.00 m / s . The friction coefficient between the rails and the metallic bar is 0.045 . a. Find the magnitude and direction of the induced current in the loop immediately after it is shot in the direction as illustrated in the figure, i.e. towards the top of the page. [2/1] Find the deceleration of the bar at the point its velocity is dropped to 6.00 m / s . [1/3/M1235¤]

b.

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