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Clicker Question #0. Which famous physicist is responsible for the invention of cartoon characters Beavis and Butthead , as well as King of the Hill (from MTV fame)? A) Albert Einstein B) Matt Groening C) Sheldon Cooper D) Mike Judge E) Stephen Billenburg. B. A. C.

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Clicker Question #0

Which famous physicist is responsible for the invention of cartoon characters Beavis and Butthead , as well as King of the Hill (from MTV fame)?

A) Albert Einstein

B) Matt Groening

C) Sheldon Cooper

D) Mike Judge

E) Stephen Billenburg

B

A

C

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Clicker Question #0

Which famous physicist is responsible for the invention of cartoon characters Beavis and Butthead , as well as King of the Hill (from MTV fame)?

A) Albert Einstein – E=Mc2 , Relativity, Brownian motion, etc. etc.

B) Matt Groening – Creator of The Simpsons – (liberal arts major)

C) Sheldon Cooper – Fictional character on Big Band Theory

D) Mike Judge – CORRECT!

E) Stephen Billenburg – creator of SpongeBob SquarePants – Marine biologist

B

A

C

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Calculate flux through closed surface

Small magnetic material such as found in compass can indicate local direction of magnetic field

Magnetic Flux through CLOSED surface is

ALWAYS zero

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Clicker Question #1

What is direction of the magnetic field at points a and b due to the current in the segment of wire?

A) a: Out of the page b: into the page

B) a: downward b: upward

C) a: left b: right

D) a: into the page b: into the page

E) None of the above

B

a

b

A

C

I

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Clicker Question #2

At which point(s) in the diagram is the NET B field locally pointing INTO the page?

A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

E) None of the above

D

B

C

B

A

A

C

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Clicker Question #3

What is direction of the NET B field at point P due to equal magnitude currents in all 4 wires?

down

B) up

C) left

D) right

E) None of the above

B

A

C

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Clicker Question #4

How many paths have zero enclosed current?

0

B) 1

C) 2

D) 3

E) 4

B

A

C