Assessment 1, Physics 2 (3rd Quarter)

Quiz by KIM CIARA SANTOS

General Physics 2
Philippines Curriculum: SHS Specialized Subjects (MELC)

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15 questions
• Q1
What is the name of this device that is used to detect charges?
Electroscope
Van de Graff Generator
Beaker
Chartometer
60s
• Q2
If 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
• Q3
What is the unit of electric charge?
Amps
Volts
Ohms
Coulombs
60s
• Q4
What 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.
60s
• Q5
After you rub a balloon on your hair, the balloon has a negative charge. What charge does your hair have?
Positive and Negative
Negative
Positive
Neutral
60s
• Q6
A 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/C
84 N/C
76 N/C
20 N/C
300s
• Q7
A 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 N
7.2 N
8 N
2 N
300s
• Q8
A 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/C
10 600 N.m2/C
1 666.67 N.m2/C
60 000 N.m2/C
300s
• Q9
Gauss’s law is applicable for_________.
any surfaces
asymmetrical surfaces only
symmetrical surfaces only
imaginary surfaces only
60s
• Q10
As area increases, what happens to electric flux density?
Becomes zero
Remains constant
Decreases
Increases
60s
• Q11
The strength of the electric field is ___________.
inversely proportional to the force applied
directly proportional to the force applied
d. inversely proportional to the square of the force applied
directly proportional to the square of the force applied
60s
• Q12

Determine the electric flux for a Guassian surface that contains 100 million electrons.

8.85 x10^-4 N m2/ C
1.13 x 10^19 N m2/ C
5 x 10^-3 N m2/ C
1.8 N m2/ C
300s
• Q13
A 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/C
25 N.m2/C
2.8 N.m2/C
0
300s
• Q14
Suppose 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 J
7.20 x 10^4 J
7.20 x 10^5 J
13.2 x 10^5 J
300s
• Q15
Suppose 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 J
7.20 x 10^4 J
6.00 x 10^4 J
7.20 x 10^5 J
300s

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