Exam II Solutions

PHYS 232 Exam #2
04-01-05
50 minutes.
This quiz has 8 questions. Please show all your work. For multiple choice
questions, circle the correct answer. If your chosen answer is not correct,
you will get partial credit based on your work shown. You are allowed to
have one hand-written, one-sided page of equations.
There are six short questions, each worth 7 points, in part I, and there are two
long questions each worth 29 points in part II.
PART I
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7. In the figure, the current in the long, straight wire is 11= 1.00A, and the
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A and C using Ampere's law.
c. Indicate the direction of the force due to 11exerted on each side of
the loop (with arrows, arrow heads, or arrow backs) and calculate
magnitude and direction of the net force exerted on the loop.
d. Now consider the situation where the loop is slowly turned around
its long axis by 90°, so that sides A and C are equidistant from the
long wire. Describe the forces, the net force and the torque on the
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