Exam 2 Solutions. PHY2054 Spring Prof. P. Kumar Prof. P. Avery March 5, 2008


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1 Prof. P. Kumar Prof. P. Avery March 5, 008 Exam Solutions 1. Two cylindrical resistors are made of the same material and have the same resistance. The resistors, R 1 and R, have different radii, r 1 and r, and different lengths, L 1 and L. Which of the following relative values for radii and lengths would result in equal resistances? (1) r 1 = r and 4L 1 = L () r 1 = r and L 1 = L (3) r 1 = r and 4L 1 = L (4) r 1 = r and L 1 = L The resistance is given by R = ρl/ A, where ρ is the resistivity, L is the length and A is the cross sectional area. To keep R unchanged, the ratio of L to A must be unchanged. Since A = πr, if r is doubled then L must be multiplied by 4. Only the answer (1) works.. If a 9.0V battery with internal resistance 0. Ω and an 18 Ω resistor are connected together, what is the amount of electrical energy (in J) transformed to heat per coulomb of charge that flows through the circuit? (1) 9.0 () 3.0 (3) 0.50 (4) 7 (5) 4.5 The amount of heat released is PΔt, where P = Vi. The total amount of charge is q = iδt. Thus the amount of heat energy released per coulomb of charge is PΔt / iδt = P/i = V = 9V. 1
2 3. (054 exam, #1, 006) At room temperature conditions of 5 C, a circuit containing a metal resistor connected to a 50 V battery has a current of.00 A. When the wire is heated to 145 C the current drops to 1.94 A. What is the temperature coefficient of resistivity of this metal? (1) / C () / C (3) / C (4) / C (5) / C The resistance at 5 C is 50 /.00 = 5 Ω. The resistance at 145 C is 50 / 1.94 = Ω. Thus the temperature coefficient of resistivity is / 5.0 / 10 = / C. 4. (Chap. 18.9) Consider the circuit shown here, with R = 15 Ω. What is the potential difference between points a and b? 10 5 V (1) 5.56 V () 19.4 V (3) 5 V (4) 1.3 V (5) None of these a 10 5 R 5 This circuit is equivalent to a 10 Ω resistor in series with a parallel combination of 10 Ω, 5 Ω and 0 Ω, yield a total resistance of 1.86 Ω. Thus the total current is 5 / 1.86 = A. The voltage difference is thus *10 = 5.56 V. b 5. (049 Exam, #4, Fall 07) Consider the circuit shown in the accompanying figure. What is the power dissipated (in watts) in the 5 Ω resistor? (1) 0.43 () 0.11 (3) 0.8 (4).35 (5) i 1 i The two equations from Kirchoff s rules are 1 i 5( i + i ) = 0 and i ( i i ) 1 1 Solving yields i 1 + i = 5/17 = 0.94 A. So the power is = 0.43 W. 5 + = 0. 1
3 6. (Test Bank 6) When a 4.0Ω resistor is connected across a 1.0V battery, a current of 48 ma flows. What is the internal resistance of the battery? (1) 0.9 Ω () 0.0 Ω (3) 5.0 Ω (4) 49.8 Ω (5) 0.008Ω The total resistance is R = 1.0 / 0.48 = 4.90 Ω. Thus the internal resistance is 0.9 Ω. 7. (Test Bank 7) Two resistors of values 6.0 and 1.0 Ω are connected in parallel. This combination in turn is hooked in series with a.0 Ω resistor and a 4 V battery. What is the current in amps in the 6 Ω resistor? (1).7 () 4.0 (3) 6.0 (4) 1.3 (5) 8.0 The parallel combination yields a resistance of 4 Ω and thus the total resistance is 6.0 Ω. The total current is thus 4 / 6.0 = 4 A. To find the current in the 6 Ω branch, first find the voltage across it, which is the same as the voltage across the parallel combination. This voltage is determined from 4 4* = 16 V. Thus the current is 16 / 6 =.67 A. 8. (Test Bank 45) What is the current through the 8 Ω resistor? (1) 1.5 A () 0.50 A (3) 1.0 A (4).0 A Let i 1 be the current flowing to the right in the middle branch, and i be the current flowing to the left in the lower branch. The two equations from Kirchhoff s rule are 16 4(i i 1 ) +1i 1 18 = 0 and 18 1i 1 8i = 0. We are solving for i only, which yields i = 1.5 A. 3
4 9. (054 exam #6, Spring 007) In the circuit shown, the internal resistance of the battery is 0.1 Ω and the capacitors are initially uncharged. The current (in A) flowing in the 6 Ω resistor an instant after the switch is closed is (1).5 () 4.9 (3) 3.9 (4) 3.3 (5) zero Just after the switch is thrown, the capacitors have no effect. The current is therefore calculated from 0 / 8.1 =.5 A. 10. In the circuit shown, the switch S is open and the capacitor (C =.5 μf) is initially uncharged. The switch is then closed long enough to allow the capacitor to fully charge. If the switch is now opened, how much time (in μsec) is required for the potential difference across the capacitor to reach V? (1) 7 () 1.9 (3) 5. (4) 40 (5) When the capacitor is fully charged, the voltage across it is 15 V. After the switch is opened, it discharges through a resistor combination equivalent to 5.33 Ω. The equation describing the 15exp t/ RC t = ln 15 / = 7 μs. voltage on the capacitor is ( ) =, which yields ( )( ) ( ) 11. (Test Bank 19) If a proton is released at the equator and falls toward the Earth under the influence of gravity, in which direction is the magnetic force on the proton? (1) east () south (3) north (4) west (5) up The field lines point north to the geomagnetic south pole at the north geographic pole. Using the right hand rule yields a direction of east. 4
5 1. (Test Bank 30) A horizontal currentcarrying wire of length 50 cm and mass 0. kg is placed perpendicular to a uniform horizontal magnetic field of magnitude 0.7 T. For what current will the wire float due to the magnetic force acting upward on it? (g = 9.8 m/s ) (1) 14.5 A () 1.5 A (3) 3.9 A (4) 5 ma (5) 150 ma Balance of gravitational and magnetic forces leads to the equation mg = BiL. Solving for i yields 14.5 A. 13. (Test Bank 39) A rectangular coil (0.0 m 0.80 m) has 00 turns and is placed in a uniform magnetic field of 0.30 T. If the orientation of the coil is varied through all possible positions, the maximum torque on the coil by magnetic forces is N m. What is the current in the coil? (1) 8.3 ma () 1.7 A (3).5 ma (4) 1.0 A (5) 50 ma The maximum torque on the coil is τ = NAiB, where N = 00, A = = 0.1 m, τ = and B = 0.30 T. Solving for i yields 8.3 ma. 14. (Chap ) A singly charged positive ion has a mass of kg. After being accelerated through a potential difference of 3 V, the ion enters a magnetic field of T, in a direction perpendicular to the field. Calculate the radius of the path of the ion in the field. (1) 1.49 cm () 1.77 cm (3) 8.8 mm (4) 4.5 cm The radius is found by equating the centripetal force to the magnetic force, or mv r = evb, which yields r = mv/ eb. From the acceleration over a potential, we can also write mv = ev. Putting these together yields the equation r = mv / e/ B. Solving for r yields 1.49 cm. / 1 5
6 15. (Chap ) A lightning bolt may carry a current of A for a short time. What is the resulting magnetic field 190 m from the bolt in μt? Suppose that the bolt extends far above and below the point of observation. (1) 10.5 () 0.00 (3) 10 (4) 66.1 The B field at a distance r from a long straight wire, which is what the lightning bolt essentially B μ i / πr = = /190 = T = 10.5 μt. is, is given by 0 ( )( ) 16. (PHY 049 exam #9, Fall 007) Four long parallel wires are arranged on a plane, as shown in the attached figure, with.0 cm gaps between them. Each wire carries a 6.0 A current in the direction indicated by the arrow. On the wire labeled B, what is the magnetic force per meter in N/m? (1) () (3) (4) (5) We first note that wire B is repelled from both A and C, so there is no net effect from them. The only net force is with D. A quick calculation yields the value of the force per unit length as 0 AC ( ) ( ) 7 4 F / L= μ i i / πd = 4π / π 0.04 = N/m. 17. (PHY054 exam, #1, Spring 006) A long straight wire and a rectangular conducting loop lie in the same plane as shown. If the current in the long wire is decreasing, what is the direction of the net force exerted on the loop? (1) up () down (3) out of the page (4) into the page (5) zero The induced current in the loop is clockwise from Lenz law. From the right hand rule, the force on the current in the upper branch is up and on the lower branch is down. However, the B field is stronger at the upper branch, so the net force is up. (The forces on the left and right branches cancel because each element of each branch encounters the exact same B field.) 6
7 18. (Chap. 0.18) Consider the arrangement shown in the figure. Assume that R = 4.0 Ω and L = 1. m, and that a uniform.8 T magnetic field is directed into the page. The bar is moving at a speed of m/s. What is the current in amps through the resistor R? (1) 0.6 () 0.5 (3) 0.4 (4) 0.7 (5) 0.3 X X X X X X X X X X X vx X X X RX X LX X X X X X X X X The emf is given by E = BLv, so the current is BLv / R, yielding 0.6 A. 19. (Chap. 0.1) A 480 turn circularloop coil 7.5 cm in radius is initially aligned so that its axis is parallel to the Earth's magnetic field. In.77 ms, the coil is flipped so that its axis is perpendicular to the Earth's magnetic field. If an average voltage of V is thereby induced in the coil, what is the value of the Earth's magnetic field (in μt) at that location? (1) 59 () 48 (3) 65 (4) 39 (5) 43 The emf for a circular coil which is rotated in this way is E = Nπ r B/ Δt, where N = 480, r = 0.075, E = and Δt = This yields B = 59 μt. 0. (Test Bank 14) A rectangular loop of wire (3 cm 4 cm) is placed inside a solenoid of radius 8 cm. The solenoid is 5 cm long and is wound with 1500 turns of wire carrying 4 A of current. The normal to the loop lies along the solenoid axis. If the current in the solenoid is reduced to zero in 0. sec., find the magnitude of the average induced emf in the loop. (1) mv () 36 μv (3) 1.8 μv (4) 0.5 mv (5) 80 μv The B field strength of a solenoid is B = μ0in, where n = 1500 / 0.5 = The emf in the loop can then be determined from E = Aμ0 nδi/ Δt, where A = = 0.001, Δi = 4 and Δt = 0.. Solving for the emf yields E = 0.18 mv. 7
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