Homework Read and make notes on Example 2 on P. Questions 3, 5, 7, 9 Problems 19, Work to move a charge in a constant electric field. At the very end of the document are the answers. Homework Watch this video about flux.
Watch this video about Lenz’s law and use P. Equipotential Lines and Contour Lines. Make a table of similarities and differences between cyclotrons and synchrotrons. Past paper answers are here. If you missed the lesson, the answers to the past paper questions in the book are here. Deadline to register is Monday. Watch and make notes on this video about electric field strength.
You might want to try the cyclotron applet on this page – I haven’t found a decent synchrotron applet though. Homework Revise for mock.
Attempt the questions at the end of the video, and bring the answers to next lesson. Deadline to register is Monday.
Past paper answers are here. Red Book Solutions to angular momentum and gravitation Electric Field via integration.
Bring to next lesson. Then add q from the center. Be prepared to speak for 2 minutes about it in tomorrow’s lesson. Finish the past paper questions set in class. Bring these to the lesson tomorrow.
Force from a line of charge on a point charge. Please show all of your work. Homework Try electric field hockey Make sure you have finished Q. Quiz on Angular Momentum and Gravitation. In order to calculate the time of the impact you need to know the initial voltage, final voltage, resistance and capacitance.
Lasseviren on the electric field from a line of charge 1. Problem 51 on page Read and make notes on P. Gauss’ Law and Spherical Symmetry. Watch and make notes on this video about electric field homewlrk.
S closely followed by A. What he calls ‘electric field intensity’ we call ‘electric field strength’. Hand in questions on Monday. Set aside 45 minutes of homfwork time. Answer questions on P. Watch and make notes on this video about capacitor discharge. Problem 49 on page Work to move a charge in an electric field in general.
physics homework #97
Homework Watch this video about flux. To find Q in the shell you will have to integrate from a to r, the radius of the Gaussian sphere whose surface lies within the shell. Questions 3, 5, 7, 9 Problems 19, Derivation for the potential from a disk Problem solving Bring Red books Chapter Cylindrical symmetry EM1 Red book: You can skip the boring hpysics, and also you can stop when he starts talking about Faraday’s law.
Homework Watch this video about how transformers work.