Past Exam for PHYS 2401 - Principles of Physics II with Huang at Texas Tech (TTU)

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 Material Type: Final Professor: Huang Class: PHYS 2401 - Principles of Physics II Subject: PHYSICS University: Texas Tech University Term: Fall 2000 Keywords: CombinationCalculatorsIndex of RefractionPerpendicularlyAccumulatingRectangularInduced CurrentCapacitanceComputer ScreenTotal Energy

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1 of 7 YOUR NAME Final Examination Physics 2301, Fall 2000 Dr. Juyang Huang, Section 001; Dr. Walter Borst, Section 002 Closed books, except for the use of unprogrammed simple calculators. Partial credit may be given for some of the problems if you clearly show your work. All 20 problems carry a credit of 10 points. You may use the formula sheet received in class (also attached). To this you were allowed to add twenty (20) additional formulas of your choice and bring that sheet with you to this examination. No other formula sheet is allowed. Useful constants: e 1.6x10 -19 C, m e 9.1x10 -31 kg, m p 1.67x10 -27 kg, ? 0 8.85x10 -12 C 2 /N?m 2 , k e 8.99x10 9 N?m 2 /C 2 , µ 0 4?×10 -7 Wb/A?m. Problem 1 At a distance r from a positive point charge q, the electric potential is 400V and the magnitude of the electric field is 300 N/C. Determine the value of q. Answer: q ...

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