## Sears and Zemansky's University Physics, Volume 2Questions, exercises and problems after each chapter |

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2.00 n F1GURE27-29 Exercise 27-14. 2.00 A < R * ^ 3.00 n FIGURE27-30

Exercise 27-15. 27-16 In the circuit

each branch; b) the potential difference V^ of point a relative to point b. 2.oo fi

10.00 v ,t a ...

2.00 n F1GURE27-29 Exercise 27-14. 2.00 A < R * ^ 3.00 n FIGURE27-30

Exercise 27-15. 27-16 In the circuit

**shown in Fig**. 27-31, find a) the current ineach branch; b) the potential difference V^ of point a relative to point b. 2.oo fi

10.00 v ,t a ...

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The magnetic-dipole picture of a bar magnet explains the attractive and repulsive

forces between bar magnets

magnet points from its south pole to its north pole, so the current loops in Figs.

The magnetic-dipole picture of a bar magnet explains the attractive and repulsive

forces between bar magnets

**shown in Fig**. 28-1. The magnetic moment /I of a barmagnet points from its south pole to its north pole, so the current loops in Figs.

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37-3 The same as

curves of maximum amplitude). All points on each curve satisfy Eq. (37-1) with

the value of m

...

37-3 The same as

**Fig**. 37 -2a, but with red antinodal curves superimposed (curves of maximum amplitude). All points on each curve satisfy Eq. (37-1) with

the value of m

**shown**. The nodal curves, which lie between each adjacent pair of...

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### Contents

ELECTROMAGNETISM | 669 |

SummaryKey Terms | 694 |

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