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University of New Haven Fall,20l7 7-Dec-2017

This exam is open book and open notes and calculators are allowed, but you may not acce\$s the internet. Please no talking during the exam. Total Points: 200

Each Multiple Choice nroblem is worth 6 noints.

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2. The circuit in the figure above contains two identical lightbulbs in series with a battery. At first both bulbs glow with equal brightness. When switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs?

Bulb 2 Gets brighter

/ Goes out Gets slightly dimmer Gets brighter

“/ Goes out

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3. A bar magnet and a wire loop carrying current “1” are arranged as shown above. In which direction, if any, is the force on the current loop due to the magnet? Assume a perfectly circular loop.

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0.030-mm is

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6. A +50 pC charge moves vertically upward at 100 m/s. Which magnetic field will produce a northward magnetic force of 10 mN?

a. 5.0 T, South b. 12.T,North c. 2.5 T, East

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(Q 8&9) A capacitor is constructed of two identical conducting plates parallel to each other and separated by a distance d. The capacitor is charged to a potential difference of Voby a battery, which is then disconnected.

8. If any edge effects are neqligihlp, what is the magnitude of the electric field between the plates? (A)V”d @w (C)d/vo (D)v”/d2 (E)v”2/d

9. A sheet of insulating plastic material is inserted between the plates without otherwise disturbing the

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10. Two initially uncharged conductors, I and2, are mounted on insulating stands and are in contact, as shown above. A negativelyrharg”dffdis brought near but does not touch them. With the rod held in place, conductor 2 is moved to the .ight by pushing its stand, so that the conductors are separated. Which of the following is now true of conductor 2?

a. It is uncharged b- It is positively charged

@t is negativeiy charged d. It is charged but the sign cannot be predicted. e. It is at the same potential that it was before the charged rod was brought near.

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tr’ree Response Section: For full credit, complete four of the five problems. The four problems are worth 35 points each. The fifth problem can be completed for up to L5 extra points. PLEASE CLEARLY MARK WHICH PROBLEM IS YOUR EXTRA-CREDIT PROBLEM. (Otherwise the assumption is that the extra-credit problem is problem 5).

1. Consider the following circuit of light-bulbs. The voltages and resistances are as given. The brightness