## Fundamentals of Physics Study Set 2

Physics & Astronomy

## Quiz 32 :

Maxwells Equations; Magnetism of Matter

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Q06 Q06 Q06

Four closed surfaces are shown, each with circular top and bottom faces and curved sides.The areas A

_{top}and A_{bot}of the top and bottom faces and the magnitudes B_{top}and B_{bot}of the uniform magnetic fields through the top and bottom faces are given.The fields are perpendicular to the faces and are either inward or outward.Rank the surfaces according to the magnitude of the magnetic flux through the curved sides, least to greatest.Free

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Q14 Q14 Q14

An electric field exists in the cylindrical region shown and is parallel to the cylinder axis.The magnitude of the field might vary with time according to any of the four graphs shown.Rank the four variations according to the magnitudes of the magnetic field induced at the edge of the region, least to greatest.

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Q15 Q15 Q15

The diagram shows one plate of a parallel-plate capacitor from within the capacitor.The plate is circular and has radius R.The dashed circles are four integration paths have radii of r

_{1}= R/4, r_{2}= R/2, r_{3}=3 R/2, and r_{4}= 2R.Rank the paths according to the magnitude of around the paths during the discharging of the capacitor, least to greatest.Free

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Q26 Q26 Q26

A 1.2-m radius cylindrical region contains a uniform electric field along the cylinder axis.It is increasing uniformly with time.To obtain a total displacement current of 2.0 10

^{}^{9 }A through a cross section of the region, the magnitude of the electric field should change at a rate of:Free

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