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University Physics Semester 2 ALL/ALL ID153489996985


Exams:  A0  A1  A2   B0  B1  B2  

Answers:   A0  A1  A2   B0  B1  B2  

6 Tests = 3 versions x 2 variations: Each of the 2 variations (A, B, ...) represents a different random selection of questions taken from the study guide.The 3 versions (0,1,..) all have the same questions but in different order and with different numerical inputs. Unless all students take version "0" it is best to reserve it for the instructor because the questions are grouped according to the order in which they appear on the study guide.

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ALL A0

1) Three small charged objects are placed as shown, where , and . What is the magnitude of the net force on if , , and ?
a) 9.750E-15 N
b) 1.072E-14 N
c) 1.180E-14 N
d) 1.298E-14 N
e) 1.427E-14 N
2) Three small charged objects are placed as shown, where , and .what angle does the force on make above the axis if , , and ?
a) 4.091E+01 degrees
b) 4.500E+01 degrees
c) 4.950E+01 degrees
d) 5.445E+01 degrees
e) 5.990E+01 degrees
3)  
is an integral that calculates the z-component of the electric field at point P situated above the x-axis where a charged rod of length (a+b) is located. The distance between point P and the x-axis is z=1.9 m. Evaluate at x=0.83 m if a=0.7 m, b=1.8 m. The total charge on the rod is 9 nC.
a) 6.897E+00 V/m2
b) 7.587E+00 V/m2
c) 8.345E+00 V/m2
d) 9.180E+00 V/m2
e) 1.010E+01 V/m2
4) A ring is uniformly charged with a net charge of 6 nC. The radius of the ring is R=1.9 m, with its center at the origin and oriented normal to the z axis as shown. what is the magnitude of the electric field at a distance z=0.4 m (on axis) away from the loop's center?
a) 2.013E+09 N/C2
b) 2.214E+09 N/C2
c) 2.435E+09 N/C2
d) 2.679E+09 N/C2
e) 2.947E+09 N/C2

5)  
is an integral that calculates the magnitude of the electric field at a distance fromthe center of a thin circular disk as measured along a line normal to the plane of the disk. The disk's radius is and the surface charge density is . Evaluate at .

a) 1.022E+00 V/m2
b) 1.125E+00 V/m2
c) 1.237E+00 V/m2
d) 1.361E+00 V/m2
e) 1.497E+00 V/m2

6) A large thin isolated square plate has an area of 4 m2. It is uniformly charged with 9 nC of charge. What is the magnitude of the electric field 2 mm from the center of the plate's surface?

a) 9.546E+01 N/C
b) 1.050E+02 N/C
c) 1.155E+02 N/C
d) 1.271E+02 N/C
e) 1.398E+02 N/C

7) What is the magnitude of the electric field at the origin if a 2.7 nC charge is placed at x = 9.1 m, and a 2.5 nC charge is placed at y = 5.9 m?

a) 3.99 x 10-1N/C
b) 4.6 x 10-1N/C
c) 5.32 x 10-1N/C
d) 6.14 x 10-1N/C
e) 7.09 x 10-1N/C
Group 1 2 3   4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Alkali metals Alkaline earth metals Pnicto­gens Chal­co­gens Halo­gens Noble gases
Period

1

Hydro­gen1H1.008 He­lium2He4.0026
2 Lith­ium3Li6.94 Beryl­lium4Be9.0122 Boron5B10.81 Carbon6C12.011 Nitro­gen7N14.007 Oxy­gen8O15.999 Fluor­ine9F18.998 Neon10Ne20.180
3 So­dium11Na22.990 Magne­sium12Mg24.305 Alumin­ium13Al26.982 Sili­con14Si28.085 Phos­phorus15P30.974 Sulfur16S32.06 Chlor­ine17Cl35.45 Argon18Ar39.88
4 Potas­sium19K39.098 Cal­cium20Ca40.078 Scan­dium21Sc44.956 Tita­nium22Ti47.867 Vana­dium23V50.942 Chrom­ium24Cr51.996 Manga­nese25Mn54.938 Iron26Fe55.845 Cobalt27Co58.933 Nickel28Ni58.693 Copper29Cu63.546 Zinc30Zn65.38 Gallium31Ga69.723 Germa­nium32Ge72.630 Arsenic33As74.922 Sele­nium34Se78.971 Bromine35Br79.904 Kryp­ton36Kr83.798
5 Rubid­ium37Rb85.468 Stront­ium38Sr87.62 Yttrium39Y88.906 Zirco­nium40Zr91.224 Nio­bium41Nb92.906 Molyb­denum42Mo95.95 Tech­netium43Tc​[97] Ruthe­nium44Ru101.07 Rho­dium45Rh102.91 Pallad­ium46Pd106.42 Silver47Ag107.87 Cad­mium48Cd112.41 Indium49In114.82 Tin50Sn118.71 Anti­mony51Sb121.76 Tellur­ium52Te127.60 Iodine53I126.90 Xenon54Xe131.29
6 Cae­sium55Cs132.91 Ba­rium56Ba137.33 Lan­thanum57La138.91 16px Haf­nium72Hf178.49 Tanta­lum73Ta180.95 Tung­sten74W183.84 Rhe­nium75Re186.21 Os­mium76Os190.23 Iridium77Ir192.22 Plat­inum78Pt195.08 Gold79Au196.97 Mer­cury80Hg200.59 Thallium81Tl204.38 Lead82Pb207.2 Bis­muth83Bi208.98 Polo­nium84Po​[209] Asta­tine85At​[210] Radon86Rn​[222]
7 Fran­cium87Fr​[223] Ra­dium88Ra​[226] Actin­ium89Ac​[227] 16px Ruther­fordium104Rf​[267] Dub­nium105Db​[268] Sea­borgium106Sg​[269] Bohr­ium107Bh​[270] Has­sium108Hs​[269] Meit­nerium109Mt​[278] Darm­stadtium110Ds​[281] Roent­genium111Rg​[282] Coper­nicium112Cn​[285] Nihon­ium113Nh​[286] Flerov­ium114Fl​[289] Moscov­ium115Mc​[290] Liver­morium116Lv​[293] Tenness­ine117Ts​[294] Oga­nesson118Og​[294]
16px Cerium58Ce140.12 Praseo­dymium59Pr140.91 Neo­dymium60Nd144.24 Prome­thium61Pm​[145] Sama­rium62Sm150.36 Europ­ium63Eu151.96 Gadolin­ium64Gd157.25 Ter­bium65Tb158.93 Dyspro­sium66Dy162.50 Hol­mium67Ho164.93 Erbium68Er167.26 Thulium69Tm168.93 Ytter­bium70Yb173.05 Lute­tium71Lu174.97  
16px Thor­ium90Th232.04 Protac­tinium91Pa231.04 Ura­nium92U238.03 Neptu­nium93Np​[237] Pluto­nium94Pu​[244] Ameri­cium95Am​[243] Curium96Cm​[247] Berkel­ium97Bk​[247] Califor­nium98Cf​[251] Einstei­nium99Es​[252] Fer­mium100Fm​[257] Mende­levium101Md​[258] Nobel­ium102No​[259] Lawren­cium103Lr​[266]
  1. Meija, Juris; et al. (2016). "Atomic weights of the elements 2013 (IUPAC Technical Report)". Pure and Applied Chemistry. 88 (3): 265–91. doi:10.1515/pac-2015-0305.
  2. IUPAC 2016, Table 2, 3 combined; uncertainty removed.