Assessment 1, Physics 2 (3rd Quarter)

Quiz by KIM CIARA SANTOS

Grade 12

General Physics 2

Philippines Curriculum: SHS Specialized Subjects (MELC)

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- Q1What is the name of this device that is used to detect charges?ElectroscopeVan de Graff GeneratorBeakerChartometer60s
- Q2If two rods have the same charge, what will happen if you place them close to each other?It will pop.They will be attracted.They will push each other away.Nothing will happen.60s
- Q3What is the unit of electric charge?AmpsVoltsOhmsCoulombs60s
- Q4What variables affect the magnitude of the electric force between two objects with charge?Distance between the charges.Charge of the second object.Charge of the first object.All of the answers.60s
- Q5After you rub a balloon on your hair, the balloon has a negative charge. What charge does your hair have?Positive and NegativeNegativePositiveNeutral60s
- Q6A 4 C charge experiences a force of 80 N when put at a certain location in space. The electric field at that location is _________.160 N/C84 N/C76 N/C20 N/C300s
- Q7A point charge q1 has a magnitude of 2 x 10^-6 C. A second charge q2 has a magnitude twice as the first point charge and is located 0.1 m from the first charge. Determine the electrostatic force each charge exerts on the other.9.2 N7.2 N8 N2 N300s
- Q8A uniform electric field E = 10 000 N/C passing through a flat square area A = 6 m2. Calculate the electric flux.6 000 N.m2/C10 600 N.m2/C1 666.67 N.m2/C60 000 N.m2/C300s
- Q9Gauss’s law is applicable for_________.any surfacesasymmetrical surfaces onlysymmetrical surfaces onlyimaginary surfaces only60s
- Q10As area increases, what happens to electric flux density?Becomes zeroRemains constantDecreasesIncreases60s
- Q11The strength of the electric field is ___________.inversely proportional to the force applieddirectly proportional to the force appliedd. inversely proportional to the square of the force applieddirectly proportional to the square of the force applied60s
- Q12
Determine the electric flux for a Guassian surface that contains 100 million electrons.

8.85 x10^-4 N m2/ C1.13 x 10^19 N m2/ C5 x 10^-3 N m2/ C1.8 N m2/ C300s - Q13A cylindrical wastepaper basket with a 0.15-m radius opening is in a uniform electric field of 300 N/C, perpendicular to the opening. The total flux through the sides and bottom is:21 N.m2/C25 N.m2/C2.8 N.m2/C0300s
- Q14Suppose you have a 12.0 V motorcycle battery that can move 5000 C of charge, and a 12.0 V car battery that can move 60,000 C of charge. How much energy does the motorcycle battery deliver?6.00 x 104 J7.20 x 10^4 J7.20 x 10^5 J13.2 x 10^5 J300s
- Q15Suppose you have a 12.0 V motorcycle battery that can move 5000 C of charge, and a 12.0 V car battery that can move 60,000 C of charge. How much energy does the motorcycle battery deliver?13.2 x 10^5 J7.20 x 10^4 J6.00 x 10^4 J7.20 x 10^5 J300s