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What is the distance between two consecutive antinodes? [1.50 m] 2- A string under a tension of 15 N, is set into vibration to produce a wave of speed 20 m/s, and a maximum transverse speed of 8 m/s. For this wave, the average power is: [24 W] 3- Standing waves are produced in a string at the two consecutive resonant frequencies 155 and 195 Hz. If the mass of the string is 5.00 g and its length is 0.80 m, then the tension applied to the string should be: [25.6 N] 4- A transverse wave in a 3.0 m long string is given by the harmonic wave equation: y = 0.4*cos[pi*(x/4 + 6t)] (SI units) If the string is kept under a constant tension of 70 N, find the power transmitted to the wave. [83 W] 5- A sinusoidal wave traveling in the positive x direction has an amplitude of 10 cm, a wavelength of 20 cm, and a frequency of 5.0 Hz. A particle at x = 0 and t = 0 has a displacement of 10 cm. Write the equation of the displacement of the particles as a function of x and t. [y = (0.1 m)*sin[pi*(10x-10t-3/2)]] 6- A harmonic wave is described by y = 0.2*sin(25x-10t) (SI units). How far does a wave crest move in 20 sec? [8 m] 7- The equation of a wave traveling along a string, under a tension of 10 N, is given by: y = (6.0 cm) sin(0.02*pi*x+40.0*pi*t), where x is in centimeters and t is in seconds. Determine the mass per unit length of the string. [25 g/m] 8- A transverse sinusoidal wave traveling in the negative x direction has an amplitude of 10.0 cm, a wavelength of 20.0 cm, and a frequency of 8.00 Hz. Write the expression for y as a function of x(in meters) and t(in seconds)if y(0,0) = 10.0 cm.[y = (0.1 m) sin[31.4*x+50.3*t+(pi/2)]] 9- A sinusoidal wave is described as: y = (0.1 m) * sin[10*pi*(x/5 + t - 3/2)], where x is in meters and t is in seconds. What are the values of its frequency(f), and its velocity(v)? [f=5 Hz, v = 5 m/s moving in -x-direction.] 10- A 100-Hz oscillator is used to generate a sinusoidal wave, on a string, of wavelength 10 cm. When the tension in the string is doubled, the oscillator produces a wave with a frequency and wavelength of: [100 Hz and 14 cm] 11- The lowest resonant frequency, in a certain string clamped at both ends, is 50 Hz. When the string is clamped at its midpoint, the lowest resonant frequency is:[100 Hz]

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Two small identical speakers are connected (in phase) to the same source.[Speed of sound in air = 343 m/s].33 m long and has a mass of 9. 660 Hz. It is fixed at both ends and vibrates in its fundamental mode. Assume the loudspeaker that is emitting this sound emits sound in all directions.50 m/s hears a frequency of 1.15*10**(-6) m] 6. and the density = 7.60 kHz.)[4 Pi radian] 7.A tube 1. 4 m in front of one speaker as shown.If the distance from a source of sound increases by 1 meter.5 m long is closed at one end. travel at a speed of 330 m/s. What is the sound level 2.][36 m] 2.70 kHz as the ambulance approaches him from the back. from two different sources with the same frequency.5*10**(-6) W point source emits sound waves isotropically. A person running with a speed of 2.[22. [500 Hz] 10.8 g.com . The wire is 0. the length of the pipe is: [speed of sound in air = 340 m/s].5 m from the source? [43 dB] 9. [2. Find the tension in the wire.An ambulance siren emits a sound of frequency 1. The sound he hears will be least intense if the wavelength is: [2 m ] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www. What is the frequency heard by the observer? [Speed of sound in air = 343 m/s]. The sources are in phase.The maximum pressure amplitude that the human ear can tolerate in loud sounds is 28 Pa. Speed of sound in air = 340 m/s.0 m/s with its siren emitting a frequency of 450 Hz. at the other end with his ear close to the rod. the sound level is decreased by 2 dB.1 seconds interval between.If two successive frequencies of a pipe. it sets the air column in the tube into oscillation at that column's fundamental frequency. What is the displacement amplitude for such a sound in air of density 1. By resonance.4 m/s] 5.86 m] 4. The original distance from the sound source is:[3.A police car is approaching a stationary observer at 34.A man strikes a long steel rod at one end.1*10**11 Pa. Another man. The speakers are 3 m apart and at ear level. A stretched wire is placed near the open end. are 500 Hz and 700 Hz.21 kg/m**3 at a frequency of 5. closed at one end and filled by air. with a 0.pdffactory. How long is the rod?[For the steel. [0.85 m] 3.0 m from one source and 4. the bulk modulus = 2. [42 N] 8.0*10**3 Hz? [speed of sound in air = 343 m/s].A 1. How fast is the ambulance moving? (speed of sound is 340 m/s).Chapter 18 1.0 m from the other? (The waves are traveling in the same direction.Two sound waves. hears the sound of the of the blow twice (one through air and once through the rod). An observer stands at X. What is the phase difference of the waves at a point that is 5.0*10**3 kg/m**3.

of length 1.00 degree-C and a length of 10. what must be the thickness of the slab? [Take the coefficient of thermal conductivity of copper as 400 W/(m K)]. To what temperature should the brass ring be heated so that the ball just passes through the hole? [The coefficient of volume expansion of iron = 3.[72 degrees Celsius] 3.019 atm at 100 degrees Celsius.20*10**(-6)/K.An iron ball has a diameter of 6.[9. If the conduction rate through the copper slab is 1.6*10**(-5) K**-1 and of brass = 5.027 atm.[257 degrees Celsius] 2.0 m**2.0 cm and is 0. [19 cm] P 2.0 degree-C. It is then completely immersed in 0.03 Watts/(m*K)] 9.A solid aluminum rod. has one end in boiling water and the other end in ice.com . If the density of gold is 19. What is the value of the thermal conductivity of the walls of the box?[0. 00 1.A closed cubical box (60 cm on edge and 5 cm on thickness) contains ice at zero degrees Celsius.60 m and cross-sectional area of 3. from a heating element. When the outside temperature is 20 degrees Celsius. a system of an ideal gas goes through the process shown in figure. reads 15 degrees Celsius.A 100 g of water at 100 degrees Celsius is added to a 20-g aluminum cup containing 50 g of water at 20 degrees Celsius.pdffactory. the initial temperature of the water was:[47.2*10**6 J/s and the temperature on the left of the slab is 102 degree-C while on the right of the slab it is -12. 00 2 8 V (m3) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.35*10**5 J/kg. What is the equilibrium temperature of the system? The specific heat of aluminum is 900 J/(kg*K) and the specific heat of water is 4186 J/(kg*K).06 kg and specific heat 836 J/(kg K).](neglect any heat loss.In a constant-volume gas thermometer.14*10**(-4) m**2.The coefficient of linear expansion of gold is 14.In a P-V diagram. it is found that 250 grams of ice melt each hour. to the surrounding)[7.04 m at 773 K. by the system.01 mm too large to pass through a hole in a brass ring when both are at a temperature of 30 degrees Celsius. the density of gold at 90 degrees Celsius will be:[19.A certain metal rod has a length of 10.99 m] 10.00 m at 100. the pressure is 0. Assuming no heat losses from the system to the surrounding. Find the temperature when the pressure is 0.30 g/cm**3 at 20 degrees Celsius. How much ice melts in one minute? [The thermal conductivity of aluminum is 205 Watts/(m*K) and the heat of fusion of water is 3. increases when the temperature of a heating element increases from 27 degrees Celsius to 327 degrees Celsius?[16] 7.7*10**(-5) K**-1][39 degrees Celsius] 5.Consider a copper slab of thickness L and area of 5.By what factor does the rate of radiant emission of heat. Find its length at zero degree-C.4 degrees Celsius] 8.2*10**(-4) kg] 4.Chapter 19 1.24 g/cm**3] 6. The final temperature reading of the thermometer in the water is 45 degrees Celsius. How much heat is absorbed after the system goes 100 times through the cycle? [300 J] 11.A thermometer.15 kg of water of specific heat 4180 J/(kg K). of mass 0.

66*10**(-27) kg].Two identical containers.3 atm] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www. What is the net heat transfer during the cycle? [-1. What is the root-mean square velocity of the molecules inside the balloon? [The mass of hydrogen atom is 1. The gas is then compressed adiabatically until it reaches its original volume. The final temperature of the mixture is: [zero degree-C] 5.Chapter 20 1.0 moles of type 1 molecules. Find the work done by the gas if its volume increases from Vi = 2. Calculate the change in internal energy of the gas during the process.A diatomic ideal gas undergoes a constant pressure process in which its internal energy increases by 540 J.0*10*3 J] 2.The equation of state of a certain gas is given as P*V**2 = K. Calculate the pressure of the gas on the walls.23 kJ] 11.pdffactory.One mole of oxygen molecule (M = 32 g/mol) occupies a cubic vessel of side length 10 cm at a temperature of 27 degree-C. is allowed to expand isothermally until its volume doubles.0 Joules of work during the process. [2.A diatomic ideal gas.0 Liters to a volume of 5.Helium gas is heated at constant pressure from 32 degrees Fahrenheit to 212 degrees Fahrenheit.0 atmospheric pressure. of mass m1. where P is the pressure.0 moles of type 2 molecules.0 m**3 to a final volume Vf = 4. W = 216 J] 8. V is the volume and K is a constant.An ideal diatomic gas. [7.com .3 m**3 and at 1.0 Liters. The other has 2.0 atm. How much heat is transferred to the gas if the process is isobaric? [6. expands isobarically from a volume of 2.[Q = 756 J. (2). at 20 degrees Celsius.Two moles of helium (monatomic) gas are heated from 100 degrees Celsius to 250 degrees Celsius. The ratio between the average translational kinetic energy of type 2 to that of type 1 is: [1] 4. initially at a pressure Pi = 1. one has 2.0 m**3. If the gas does 20. of mass m2 = 2*m1.6*10**2 J] 3.5 moles of hydrogen gas occupy a balloon that is inflated to a volume of 0. what is the number of moles? [0. Find the heat added to the gas and the work done by the gas. [4. The final pressure of the gas will be: [1.300 grams of water at 25 degree-C are added to 100 grams of ice 20 at zero degree-C.0 atm and volume Vi. [K/4] 7.One mole of an ideal gas is taken through the cyclic process ABCA as shown in Fig.49*10**6 Pa] 6.3*10**3 m/s] 9. at a pressure of 1. at 20 degrees Celsius.024 moles] 10.

] 8.] 200 K 350 K V(liter) 5. [36. Calculate the increase in entropy of the gas for this process.] 3Po f Isothermal i Po a V Vo 3Vo P (atm) b Pb 7. What is the change in the entropy of the gas? [-29 J/K.An automobile engine operates with an overall efficiency of 20%. The change in the entropy of the gas is:[.] P(atm) 3. What is the efficiency of the cycle? [53%.An ideal monatomic gas is confined to a cylinder by a piston. The engine operates between two reservoirs at 300 K and 600 K.0 and the power input is 0. By how much should the temperature of the high-temperature reservoir be increased to increase the efficiency to 50%? [225 K. Sample A is 100 g at 20 degree-C and sample B is also 100 g but at 80 degree-C. Pa = 0.com . and Vc = 4. has an efficiency of 20%.17] 500 K adiabatic 4.You mix two samples of water.Chapter 21 1.Five moles of an ideal monatomic gas are taken though the cycle shown in the Figure.[. Calculate the change in the entropy of sample B. Pb = 3. [0. The piston is slowly pushed in so that the gas temperature remains at 27 degree C.0*10**(-3) m**3. How many gallons of gasoline is wasted for each 10 gallons burned? [8] P 6.2 Kilowatt? [6.5 J/K. Calculate the efficiency of the cycle. 750 J of work is done on the gas.One mole of a monatomic ideal gas is taken from an initial state (i) to a final state (f) as shown in figure.An ideal heat engine has a power output of 200 W.5 J/K. Process b-c is adiabatic. Vb = 1. whose low-temperature reservoir is at 27 degrees Celsius.Five moles of an ideal gas undergo a reversible isothermal compression from volume V to volume V/2 at temperature 30 degrees C.An ideal engine.One mole of a diatomic ideal gas is taken through the cycle shown in Figure.3 atm.9 cal/K] Adiabatic Pa a c V(10-3 m3) Va Vc 9.0*Vb. A and B.5 kg] 10. if the coefficient of performance of the refrigerator is 3.8.2.What mass of water at 0 degrees-C can a freezer make into ice cubes in one hour.0 atm.pdffactory. How much energy is absorbed per hour? [1. The curved line is an isotherm.] 2. During the compression.44*10**6 J] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.

A and B. It is in an electric field of strength 3.3 m. [i. and y respectively].3 N.A charge of + 3. The dipole is placed in an electric field of strength 2. How far from each should a third charge be located so that no net electrostatic force acts on it? [5 cm from q1 and 15 cm from q2. a 0.] [ 7.Two fixed particles. [e is the magnitude of the charge on the electron.78*10**(-9) m.52 micro-C] 9.00*10**(-9) m.45*10**5 N/C.] 3.0*10**6 m/s.] 5. sphere A has a charge of -80 Q and Sphere B has a charge of +20 Q.0 g and charge 40 mC moves in a region of space where the electric field is uniform and given by E = -5.0*10**(-6) C experiences no force if placed at x = 4.] (-d. what is the resultant force between them? [Take Q = 5.q) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.0) X +q -2q +q 8.9. each of magnitude 5. then the charge on the ball is: [-0. If the spheres touched and then are separated by a distance of 0. and j are the unit vectors in the directions of x.2*10**(-6) C is placed at the origin. If the velocity of the particle at t = 0 is given by v = 50 j (m/s).An electric dipole consists of charges +2e and -2e separated by 0.A particle of mass 5.0 m.] 6.In figure. [101 m/s.] y 7.2*10**(-22) N*m .An electric dipole consists of two opposite charges.] E (m.Chapters 22 & 23 1.5*10**(-22) N.Consider two identical conductor spheres.0*10**(-19) C. are 10 cm apart.2*10**(-6) C. If a charge of 1.0.pdffactory. A second charge (q2) is placed at x = 3. then q2 is: [. Calculate the magnitude of the torque on the dipole when the dipole is perpendicular to the field.0 m.d) x p the electric field at the point P is: [1. If the tension in the string is 0.005 N.For the arrangement of charges shown in figure.0) (d.com .3 g metallic ball hangs from an insulating string in a vertical electric field of 4000 N/C directed upward as shown.A proton is shot out along the +x-axis from the origin with a speed of 1. [1. Initially.0 x 10-6 C. Find the distance traveled by the proton before it momentarily comes to rest.] 2. [2. Calculate the magnitude of the torque exerted on the dipole when the dipole moment is perpendicular to the electric field.] 4. of charges q1 = + 1.0*10**(-6) C and q2 = .5 i (N/C). find the speed of the particle at t = 2 s.3*k*q/(d**2) in the negative y-direction. (0. In this region a uniform electric field of 2500 N/C exits in the negative x-direction.m.0*10**6 N/C. separated by a distance of 1.1 m.7*10-8 C] [0.

and what is the charge on the outer surface of the conductor.Calculate the electric flux (phi) through the curved surface of a cone of base radius R and height h. where i.A cube. and (b) on its outer surface.Chapter 24 1. [-2. and z respectively.A point charge.45 N*m**2/C.0 cm.] 7. [.] 6. [ 1.5 cm from the center of the sphere?[84 N/C.] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.For the two infinite dielectric sheets.A point charge of +4.3*10**5 N m**2/C] 9. What is the charge on the cavity-wall.0 pico-C distributed uniformly throughout its volume. Find the electric flux through the top face (shaded). and k are the unit vectors in the directions of x. What is the flux through the bottom surface? [3. see figure find the magnitude of the electric field at a point P. A and B.0 micro-C is placed at the center of a cube 50 cm on edge.00 k) N/C. Find the electric field at any point between the two sheets. j.A point charge of 2. Calculate the charge on the )a) shell's inner surface. If the inner radius of the shell is 2.0*10**(-6) C.0*10**(-6) C. q1 = -2.5 micro-C/m**2.A hollow metallic sphere.0 cm. The electric field E is uniform and perpendicular to the base of the cone.0 micro-C.0 micro-C lies at the center of a hollow spherical conducting shell that has a net charge of -13.00 j + 6. parallel.] y + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1. and another point charge q2 = 3. of radius 2. then the ratio between the charge density on the inner surface to the charge density on the outer surface is: [1 : 1. Find the net electric flux through the surfaces of the cube. [e is the magnitude of the charge on the electron. q(in). Inside the conductor is a cavity within which is a point charge q= -5. y.] 4. is filled with a non-conducting material which carries a charge of 5. Consider that each sheet has a positive surface charge density of 102 C/m2. The cone has no charge enclosed in it.00 m in a region of a uniform electric field given by the equation: E = (.[(a) 50e b) -150e].1*105 N/C towards B. as in figure.Figure shows portions of two large. q(out) = -20*10**(-6) C.8*10**4 N*m**2/C. and the field lines enter through the base. has an edge length of 3. 3.] 0.0 m P x z 8.0 cm and the outer radius is 3. The surface charge densities are: sigma1 = -4.A point charge of -50e lies at the center of a hollow spherical metal shell that has a net charge of -100e.An isolated conductor of arbitrary shape has a net charge of -15*10**(-6) C.5 m 5.1*10**13 N/C. [π R2 E. nonconducting sheets.0*10**(-6) C is placed outside the cube.5.com . [1. What is the magnitude of the electric field 1. q(out)? [q(in) = 5. A B σ1 σ2 10. is placed inside a cube of side 5.5 micro-C/m2 and sigma2 = -6.0*10**(-6) C.pdffactory.] 2.0 cm.

] 4.Consider a metallic sphere carrying a charge of 4. Find the diameter of the sphere.com .] 2.] y 5.In figure.0 m from each other.Three point charges are initially infinitely far apart.Chapter 25 1. where x and y are in meters. [Take q = 1. by an external agent. each of 0.An infinite nonconducting sheet has a surface charge density 0.0*10**(-6) C at constant speed from point A at the center of the square to point B at the corner? [Zero..2.8 m.4*10**(-6) Joule.Consider two concentric conducting shells of radii (a) and (b).Two balls with charges 5. What is the external Q1 x work needed to move a charge Q = .] 3q d d P d d -2q 9. In order to reduce the distance between them to 0. Q1 = 2. are separated by a distance of 1.6*10**8 J.10*10**(-6) C/m**2 on one side.Find the electrostatic potential at x = 0 for the following distribution of charges:-2q at x= 10 cm and -2q at x= -10 cm. If zero net work is required to assemble the three charges at the corners of an equilateral triangle of side d. b > a.0 micro-C and 10 micro-C are at a distance of 1.14 m? [1.Q/2. what is the value of Q? [ Q = -b*q/a.In figure.8 m.] 8.] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www. q = 1.Two equal charges.The electric potential at points in the xy–plane is given by: V = (x**3 . What is the work done.45 J.What is the external work required to bring four 2.0*10**(-9) C point charges from infinity and to place them at the corner of a square of side 0.4.] -2q Q 10 cm Q2 x 3q 7.5 m the amount of work to be performed is: [0. If the potential of the inner shell is zero.] A 10 cm 6. and the electrostatic potential at infinity = 0 ] [ -360 V. The magnitude of the electric field at the point with the coordinates x = 1 m and y = 2 m is: [Sqrt(5) V/m. [9.2*x*y) Volts. [1.] 11.pdffactory.0*10**(-9) C.0*10**(-6) C and B Q2 = . Two of the point charges are identical and have charge Q.0 micro-C].] 3.0*10**(-8) C and having a potential of 400 V. The smaller (inner) shell has a positive charge (q) and the larger (outer) shell has a charge (Q).0*10**(-6) C.15 C from infinity to the midpoint between the two charges? [3. How far apart are equipotential surfaces whose potentials differ by 90 V? [1.6 cm. what is the net potential at point P due to the four point charges if V = 0 at infinity ? [take d = 2 cm.12 C. then the value of the third charge is [ .] 10.0*10**5 V. to bring a charge of 0.

If the charge on each plate has a magnitude of 4.3*106 V/m. Find its capacitance if it is filled with two dielectrics as shown in figure 3. capacitance becomes 2.An air filled parallel-plate capacitor has a capacitance of 1.0 mm.A 2 micro-F and a 1 micro-F capacitor are connected in series and a potential difference is applied across the combination.Chapter 26 1. what is the charge on C3? [3 micro C] C1 10 V C2 C3 2.] 4.0*10-6 C the electric field between the plates is approximately: [2. Capacitor A is charged so it stores 4 J of energy and capacitor B is uncharged. 7. What is the potential difference across C1 and C2.6 J/m3] 11.0 V. find the charge stored by the capacitor C3 if the potential difference across the battery is 10.2 m2 and a plate separation of 0. The plate separation is then doubled and a wax dielectric is inserted. respectively? [2 V.2*10-9 J] 10. The battery is then removed and the capacitor is connected to an uncharged capacitor. K1 = 3 and K2 = 1. C2 = 6 micro F and C3 = 3 micro F.00*10-12 F.5 micro F capacitor. completely filling the space between the plates. The total stored energy in the capacitors is now: [2 Joules].com . C1.00 micro-F.5 are the dielectric constants] [2*Co] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.A parallel-plate capacitor has a plate area of 0. C2 = 4.A 2.00 micro-F.Capacitors A and B are identical. Find the energy density between the plates. [1. with capacitance of 10 micro F. [Co is the capacitance of the air-filled parallel-plate capacitor. is charged to a potential difference of 600 V. The dielectric constant of the wax is: [4. The capacitors are then connected in parallel.Find the equivalent capacitance of three capacitors connected in series. 6.In figure (2).00] C2 8.0 cm are charged to a potential difference of 20 V. Assume the three capacitors are: C1 = 2.00 micro-F and C3 = 8.00*10-12 F. of area 25 cm**2 and plate separation of 1.A parallel-plate capacitor has an area A and a separation d. 2 V] 3.Two concentric spherical shells of radii 10 cm and 5. C2. What is the ratio of the potential difference across each of them? [ The 2 micro-F capacitor has half the potential difference of the 1 micro-F capacitor] 5.14 micro-F].0 micro-F and C3 = 4. As a result the.Consider the circuit shown in the figure.00 micro-F. using a 10 V battery. [20 micro-C] V C1 C3 9.pdffactory. How much energy is stored in this spherical capacitor? [2.A parallel-plate air-filled capacitor.1 mm. [1. If C1 = 1 micro F. is charged to a potential difference V1 = 10 V. Use the values C1 = C2 = 2.

To increase the resistance of the light bulb to 48 ohms.056 W] 9.006 (degree C)1 ] [520 degree C] 2.0*10**3 A/m**2] 6. a 100-W light bulb has a resistance of 12 ohms.An electric device.An unknown resistor dissipates 0. a current of 4 A exists in the wire. When connected to a potential difference of 2 V. Calculate the current density if the conductor has a resistance of 90 ohms. The resistivity of this nichrome is: [5 × 10–7 Ω ⋅ m ] 8.0 A exists in a 10 ohms resistor for 5.4*10**21] 7.0 mm. generates 153 J of heat per second when an electric potential difference of 12 V is placed across its ends. What is the resistance of the heater wire? [0.94 Ohms] 11.5 min ] 10. The energy dissipated by this lamp during the 2 minutes is: [216 J] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www. An electric immersion water heater.If 4. rated at 400 W. what is the current in the wire? [1.3*10-4 A] 3. this resistor will dissipate: [0. [Assume the room temperature = 290 K] [340 K] 5. generates 153 J of heat per second when an electric potential difference of 12 V is placed across its ends.3 A is passed through a lamp for 2 minutes using a 6 V power supply. What is the resistance of the heater wire? [0.18 J.At 20 degree C.A 20% increase in the resistance of a copper wire was noticed when its temperature was raised above room temperature.com .0 V is applied across the length of a cylindrical conductor with radius 2.0*10** (-3) /K. When connected to a 1 V potential difference.A potential difference of 9.pdffactory. The specific heat of water is 1 cal/g·K. the temperature of the filament should be:[Assume the temperature coefficient of resistivity of the filament is constant and = 0.A current of 5. How many electrons pass through any cross section of the resistor in this time? [9.0 min.94 Ohms] 4.A current of 0. Find the final temperature of the wire if the temperature coefficient of resistivity for copper is 4. should heat a liter of water from 10°C to 30°C in about: [3.5 W when connected to a 3 V potential difference. which heats water by immersing a resistance wire in the water.A nichrome wire is 1 m long and 1 × 10–6 m2 in cross-sectional area.7*1016 electrons pass a particular point in a wire every minute.The mechanical equivalent of heat is 1 cal = 4. [8.Chapter 27 1.An electric device. which heats water by immersing a resistance wire in the water.

initially uncharged in a single-loop RC circuit.At t=0.The current in the 5.0*106 Ohm resistor.3] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www. [.A 6-V battery supplies a total of 48 W to two identical light bulbs connected in parallel.0-Ohm resistor in the figure.In the figure.5] 11.com . is charged to 85% of its final potential difference in 2.pdffactory. What is its time constant in seconds? [1.A capacitor.0 ohms] 10.0 Volts] 2.0 Ohm is connected to a bulb of resistance R. What is the potential difference across the resistor R3? [3. what should the value of R be? [117 Ohm] R I1 15 V r 12 V R=10 Ω I3 a I2 30 Ω 10 V 20 Ω b R1 I 15Ω 3.0 A 6.0*10-6 Farad capacitor is connected in series to a 20-V battery and a 2.In the figure.1 A.0 A R3=10 Ω 20 V 20 V 15 Ω R2 b 7.7 s] 5. If the bulb will light at a steady current of 0.In the figure. [6.0 A] 3.Chapter 28 1. How long does it take for the potential difference across the capacitor to be 12 V? [3. a battery of emf of 12-Volt and internal resistance of r = 3. The resistance (in ohm)of each bulb is: [1. all the resistors have a value of 2 Ohms.0. [-10 volts] 9.Find the value of R1 in the circuit of the figure. The battery is ideal with an emf = 15 V.0 W] 8. a 2. what is the potential difference Va-Vb? [26 V] 4. [9.2 A] 7Ώ 4Ώ 12 Ώ 20 V A 5Ω B 15 Ω 50 V a 2.In the figure.0-ohm resistor in the circuit shown in the figure is: [5.Find the potential difference (VB-VA) between points B and A of the circuit shown in figure. if R = 10 Ohm find the current in R.4 s.What is the power dissipated in the 4.

0 T uniform magnetic field is in the plane of the triangle and is parallel to the hypotenuse. Find the force on the proton. A 2.What uniform magnetic field.50 i) T.0*10**6 j ) m/s moves in a magnetic field B = (0.6*10**(-3) T] 10.0 m long. What is the current in the wire? [32.0*10**3 m/s] 3.50 T act on a moving electron to produce no net force. v = (8. The resultant torque on the loop is:12 N*m.0*10**6 i . If the magnitude of the magnetic field is 1. What is the magnitude of the magnetic field.5*10**(-4)T (see the figure).1 A] 5.6*10**(-13) k N] 2.0*10**(-5) T] 4.5 mT) j.40 m ? [2.2.The magnitude of the magnetic field at 88.com .0*10**5 m/s) i. through crossed electric and magnetic fields.In the figure.4*10**6 m/s is required to make the electrons travel in a circular orbit of radius 0.pdffactory. [1.An electron moving at right angle to a uniform magnetic field completes a circular orbit in 10**(-8) s.A straight horizontal length of copper wire is located in a place where the magnetic field of the earth B = 0.8*10**(-14) k N] 8.0 gram/m] [1. applied perpendicular to a beam of electrons moving at 1.An electron that has velocity v = 3.A proton that has velocity v = ( 3.30*10**(-6) T. what is the angle between the electron’s velocity and the magnetic field? [24 degrees] 11.2*10**7 i m/s traveling parallel to a uniform magnetic field of strength 2. what is the electric field? [(-2.60*10**(-3) Tesla. [3.0 mT.At one instant an electron is moving with a velocity: v = (5*10**5 i + 3*10**5 j) m/s in a magnetic field of B = (0. If the magnetic field is B = (2.0 cm from the axis of an infinitely long wire is 7. Calculate the minimum speed of the moving electron. each 2. of 3. wire B I I 2m I Hypotenuse 2m B ? mg 6.0 A is in the shape of a right triangle with two equal sides.5*10**3 V/m and a magnetic field of 0. I. What minimum current in the wire is needed to balance the gravitational force on the wire? [The linear density of the wire is 60.[3.8 i) T.0*10**14 m/s**2 and its speed is 7. a loop of wire carrying a current.An electric field of 1.A proton moves with constant velocity.Chapter 29 1.0*10**6 m/s.0 kV/m) k] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www. At that instant the magnetic force on the electron is: [3.At a point in a uniform magnetic field the acceleration of an electron is 5. The force on the electron is: [zero] 9.2*10**4 A into the page] 7.

0 mm carries a current of 80 A parallel to its axis. the new force will be: [8*F] 8. [63 micro-T.28 cm. [zero] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www. Three of them are out of the paper and one is into the paper.0 mm and outer radius 5. b = 20 cm and I = 20 A. how large a magnetic field is produced at the center of the loop? [1. attract each other with a force F.1 m.The figure shows two concentric circular loops of radii a and b and both carry a current I.3*10**(-5) T] 6.A circular loop of radius 0. and each wire carries a 10-A current in the same direction. calculate the distance r2. and the distance between them reduced by 50%.com . then the ratio of the magnetic field in the interior of 2 to that in the interior of 1 is: [6] 7. r2 > R. If they have the same current.1 m has a resistance of 6 Ohms. are separated by 2. D and B. The separation between adjacent wires is 0. [3.0*10**(-5) T into the page] 3. Find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a point that is 2. find the current in B. what is the magnetic field at the point P? [3. If the magnetic field at r1 = 2.The segment of wire is formed into the shape as shown in the figure and carries a current I = 6 A. The magnitude of the magnetic field at the center "C" of the square has magnitude: [8. [1. carrying equal currents of 10 A.Solenoid 2 has twice the radius and six times the number of turns per unit length as solenoid 1. [7. out of the page] 4.pdffactory.0 cm.Two parallel wires.0 m length of one of the wires is equal to 60 micro-N.0*10**(-4) N] 5. The current in D is THREE times the current in B. They are fixed at the corners of a square of diagonal 2.0 mm from the axis of the conductor.0*10**(-5) T] I I R P I C X 2 cm I I a b 2.A hollow cylindrical conductor of inner radius 3. If it is attached to a 12 V battery. Each wire carries a current of 2 A.3 cm.0 cm is equal to THREE times the magnetic field at r2. If both currents are doubled.0 A] 9.The Figure shows four long straight wires passing through the plane of the paper.Chapter 30 1. If the magnitude of the force on 2.Two long parallel wires. The current is uniformly distributed over the cross section of the conductor.9 cm] 10.Three parallel wires lie in the xy-plane. When R = 6. Find the resultant magnetic field at the center of the two loops if a = 10 cm. Find the magnitude of the net force per unit length on one of the outer wires.0 cm.The radius R of a long current-carrying wire is 2.

The conductors carry currents i1 and i2 as indicated. The magnetic flux through an area of 3 m**2 portion of the xy-plane is : 5. How rapidly should a magnetic field parallel to the coil axis change in order to induce a current of 0.0 ohm has a cross sectional area of 30 cm**2.A circular wire loop of area 0. The straight wire carries an increasing current “i” in the direction shown.2 V. [1.3 A in the coil? [1.Chapter 31 1.What is the resistance of the wire if the induced current has a value of 1. (The magnetic field is 0.A single turn plane loop of wire of cross sectional area 40 cm**2 is perpendicular to a magnetic field that increases uniformly in magnitude from 0. and the direction of the induced current in the coil.2 T and its direction is out of the page).A 400-turn coil of total resistance 6.5 T in 2. the average emf induced in the loop has a magnitude [4.0 V] PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www. clockwise] 5.The circuit shown in figure 9 is in a uniform magnetic field that is into the page and is decreasing in magnitude at a rate of 150 T/s. If i1 is increasing and i2 is constant. It is moving to the right at 2 m/s. 3. The current in the circuit is: [0. Find the induced emf in it at the instant shown.A 2.0 Tesla uniform magnetic field makes an angle of 60 degrees with the xy-plane. To make an induced current in the direction indicated. then the induced current in the loop is [counterclockwise] 20 cm 9 cm 2 m/s i 4.5 T to 5.com .0 seconds. The 12 cm current in the rectangular is: [counter clockwise] 10 Ώ 6. If the coil is removed completely from the field in 0. a constant magnetic field in region “A” should be in what direction? [Into the page] 12 cm i i A i i v 8.The figure shows a bar moving to the right on two conducting rails.A rectangular loop of wire is placed midway between two long straight parallel conductors as shown in figure.A long straight wire is in the plane of a rectangular conducting loop as shown in the figure.22 A] 7.8 T.The square coil shown in the figure is 20 cm on a side and has 15 turns of wire on it.5 T/s] 9.5 m**2 is perpendicular to a magnetic field of 0.pdffactory.0*10**(3) A? [10 Ohms] 2.1 s.2 Wb.

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