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11 Last Name: First Name: Physics 102 Spring 2007: Exam #1 Multiple-Choice Questions 1. Two small conducting spheres attract one another electrostatically. This can occur for a variety of reasons. Which of the following statements MUST be true? (A) At least one sphere is charged. (B) Neither sphere is charged. (C) Both are charged. (D) Both have the same sign of charge. (E) None of these is correct. 2. A cubical surface with sides 2.0 m long is oriented with its right and left faces perpendicular to a uniform electric field E = î N/C. The net charge enclosed by this surface is approximately (A) ε 0. (B) ε 0. (C) ε 0. (D) ε 0. (E) A surface is constructed so that at all points on the surface the electric field, E, points inward. It can be concluded that (A) the surface encloses a net positive charge. (B) the surface encloses a net negative charge. (C) the surface encloses no net charge. (D) the infinitesimal surface vector, d A at all points on the surface is necessarily parallel to the electric field vector, E. (E) the infinitesimal surface vector, d A at all points on the surface is necessarily perpendicular to the electric field vector, E.

12 February 15, 2007 PHYS102 Exam #1 - Multiple-Choice Section Page 4 For questions 4 and 5, refer to the graph below, depicting the potential on the x-axis as a function of x V x x Which of the charge configurations depicted below would give rise to the potential shown above? 5. What is the x component of the electric field for points on the x-axis given by the potential depicted above?

13 February 15, 2007 PHYS102 Exam #1 - Multiple-Choice Section Page 5 6. Originally there was a ring of eight equal charges equally spaced in a circle of radius R as shown in the figure below. One charge was removed. What is the magnitude of the electric potential at point P located in the center of the circle after the charge is removed? (A) 0. q q q (B) k q/r (C) 7 (k q/r) (D) ( 1 8 )(k q/r) q P (E) ( 7 8 )(k q/r) q q q 7. A solid, conducting sphere of radius R is positively charged. Of the following distances from the center of the sphere, which location will have the greatest electric potential? (Take V=0 at r ) (A) 0 (center of the sphere). (B) 1.1 R. (C) 1.25 R. (D) 2 R. (E) None of the above because the potential is constant. 8. Charges Q 1 and Q 2 are situated as shown below. The electric field is zero at point P. What conclusions can be drawn about the charges Q 1 and Q 2? Q1 Q2 P I. The magnitudes of Q 1 and Q 2 are equal. II. The magnitude of Q 1 is greater than the magnitude of Q 2. III. The magnitude of Q 1 is less than the magnitude of Q 2. IV. Q 1 and Q 2 have the same sign. V. Q 1 and Q 2 have different signs. (A) I and IV are correct. (B) II and IV are correct. (C) II and V are correct. (D) III and IV are correct. (E) III and V are correct.

14 February 15, 2007 PHYS102 Exam #1 - Multiple-Choice Section Page 6 9. Three charges +q, +Q, and 2Q are placed at the corners of an equilateral triangle as shown below. The net force on charge +q due to the other two charges is best represented by which of the following arrows? +q +Q -2Q (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 10. A very long wire contains a uniform negative charge density λ. A charge q rests inside a spherical Gaussian surface of radius R. The sphere s center lies on the wire. Located outside the sphere is another charge +q. What is the total electric flux through the sphere? (A) Φ = 0 (B) Φ = q ε 0 (C) Φ = k q R 2 (D) Φ = (E) Φ = 2 λ R q ε 0 2 λ R+q ε 0 +q R -q - Gaussian Surface

15 February 15, 2007 PHYS102 Exam #1 - Multiple-Choice Section Page Which of the points shown in the figure below are at the same potential? (A) 2 and 5. (B) 2, 3, and 5. (C) 1 and 4. (D) 1 and 5. (E) 2 and Two charges are assembled as shown below, which graph correctly depicts values of E x for points along the y-axis? y +q -q x

16 February 15, 2007 PHYS102 Exam #1 - Multiple-Choice Section Page A charged metal ball is lowered into an insulated metal can and permitted to touch the inside of the can. If the ball is withdrawn after a few minutes, which of the following statement(s) is (are) correct? I. The inside of the can is charged. II. The outside of the can is charged. III. The metal ball is charged. IV. A new uncharged metal ball will be attracted to the metal ball, and the outside of the can. (A) I only. (B) II only. (C) III only. (D) II and III only. (E) II and III and IV only. 14. Two small conducting spheres, each with mass m and charge +q, are suspended from a point by threads of length L. The horizontal distance between the two spheres is R. Which of the following statements about the magnitude of the tension in the string is correct? (A) T = m g. (B) T < m g. (C) T > m g. (D) T = m g (L/R). (E) T = m g ( L/R 2).

17 February 15, 2007 PHYS102 Exam #1 - Multiple-Choice Section Page Two very flat,metallic plates separated a distance d have a potential difference of 600 Volts between them as shown below. A proton and positron (which is a positively charged electron) are released from rest at the surface of the metal plate held at 600 Volts. Which of the following statement(s) is (are) correct? I. The positron s acceleration is larger than the proton s acceleration. II. The positron s acceleration is the same as the proton s acceleration. III. The positron s acceleration is smaller than the proton s acceleration. IV. The positron s kinetic energy will be larger than the proton s kinetic energy right before the particles hit the 0 Volt plate. V. The positron s kinetic energy will be the same as the proton s kinetic energy right before the particles hit the 0 Volt plate. VI. The positron s kinetic energy will be smaller than the proton s kinetic energy right before the particles hit the 0 Volt plate V 0 V proton positron (A) I and IV only. (B) II and VI only. (C) III and VI only. (D) I and V only. (E) II and V only.

18 Last Name: Key First Name:Key Physics 102 Spring 2007: Exam #1 Multiple-Choice Answers A B C D E 1 X 2 X 3 X 4 X 5 X 6 X 7 X 8 X 9 X 10 X 11 X 12 X 13 X 14 X 15 X

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