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Consider the equipotential surfaces shown in Figure 25.4.

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Problem 2

Consider the equipotential surfaces shown in Figure 25.4. In this region of space, what is the approximate direction of the electric field? (a) It is out of the page. (b) It is into the page. (c) It is toward the top of the page. (d) It is toward the bottom of the page. (e) The field is zero

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PHYS 1010 Notes Week 2 Jan 20­22 Vectors and Coordinate Systems Motion ­ Mechanics: the general term for the branch of physics which deals with the motion of objects, and the forces that cause motion ­ Kinematics: basic principles of how an object moves without taking forces into consideration ­ Motion: the change of an object's position within some time ­ Galileo ­ Developed foundation for describing physical motion ­ Relationships between four physical properties: time, position, velocity, and acceleration Position and time ­ Measure position by placing an arbitrary coordinate system (reference point) around the object and describing the position as an (x, y) coordinate ­ C

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Author: Raymond A. Serway John W. Jewett
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Consider the equipotential surfaces shown in Figure 25.4.