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### 1998 AP Practice Exam: Multiple Choice Questions

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### AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Online Course

I. Electricity | ||
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Electric Charge & Coulomb's Law | 30:48 | |

Electric Fields | 1:19:22 | |

Gauss's Law | 52:53 | |

Electric Potential & Electric Potential Energy | 1:14:03 | |

Electric Potential Due to Continuous Charge Distributions | 1:01:28 | |

Conductors | 20:35 | |

Capacitors | 41:23 | |

II. Current Electricity | ||

Current & Resistance | 17:59 | |

Circuits I: Series Circuits | 29:08 | |

Circuits II: Parallel Circuits | 39:09 | |

RC Circuits: Steady State | 34:03 | |

RC Circuits: Transient Analysis | 1:01:07 | |

III. Magnetism | ||

Magnets | 8:38 | |

Moving Charges In Magnetic Fields | 29:07 | |

Forces on Current-Carrying Wires | 17:52 | |

Magnetic Fields Due to Current-Carrying Wires | 24:43 | |

The Biot-Savart Law | 21:50 | |

Ampere's Law | 26:31 | |

Magnetic Flux | 7:24 | |

Faraday's Law & Lenz's Law | 1:04:33 | |

IV. Inductance, RL Circuits, and LC Circuits | ||

Inductance | 6:41 | |

RL Circuits | 42:17 | |

LC Circuits | 9:47 | |

V. Maxwell's Equations | ||

Maxwell's Equations | 3:38 | |

VI. Sample AP Exams | ||

1998 AP Practice Exam: Multiple Choice Questions | 32:33 | |

1998 AP Practice Exam: Free Response Questions | 29:55 |

### Transcription: 1998 AP Practice Exam: Multiple Choice Questions

*Hello, everyone, and welcome back to www.educator.com.*0000

*In this lesson, we are going to take an AP Practice Exam and go through the multiple choice portion.*0003

*The link of that is available right here.*0011

*I highly recommend that you take a minute, go through, and print it out, and try and take the test on your own first.*0013

*Then come back and we will go through the walk through this together.*0020

*As we take a look here, let us start on the E and M portion of this practice test from 1998.*0025

*In question 36 is where we are going to begin.*0031

*As we look at number 36, let us see.*0036

*We a resistor and capacitor acted in series to a battery.*0040

*I always like to draw these out.*0044

*There is V0 ±, we have got our resistor R, we got our capacitor C, and there is our circuit.*0048

*I will define the direction for positive current flow there I.*0059

*Which in the following questions relating the current and the circuit and the charge describes the circuit?*0065

*If we use Kirchhoff’s voltage law and we go around, let us start from here and go around clockwise.*0071

*I could have write my KVL that we have -V0 + IR + the voltage across our capacitor VC = 0.*0076

*But since capacitance is charge / voltage, voltage is charge/ capacitance so we could write this as - V0 + IR + Q/ C = 0.*0091

*Or V0 - IR -Q/ C = 0 and that will match the form of answer B.*0108

*37, which of those following combinations of 4 ohm resistors would dissipate 24 W connected to a 12V battery?*0126

*First, it would be nice know what that resistance is.*0135

*If power is V² / R, then resistance is V²/ our power which is going to be 12 V²/ 24W.*0139

*144/ 24 will be 6 ohms.*0149

*We need a combination of resistors that will give us 6 ohms.*0152

*If those are all 4 ohms resistors, it looks to me like E gives us a 4 ohm resistor in series with 2/ 4.*0156

*The 2/ 4 in parallel gives us 2 ohms.*0164

*4 + 2 is 6, correct answer must be E.*0166

*38, we have 2 uncharged conductors 1 and 2 on insulating stands, they are in contacts.*0175

*Let us draw those and we are going to bring a negatively charged rod near them, there it is.*0181

*When we do that, the electrons are closest to the rod and they are screaming away.*0187

*They are repelled so they are all going to hang out over here as much as possible, leaving this one slightly positively charged.*0192

*We separate those spheres, what is now true of conductor number 2, this one over here.*0199

*It is negatively charged so the answer must be C.*0206

*Taking a look at 39, we have a couple of charges in a test charge + Q,*0212

*what is the direction of force on the test charge due to the other two charges?*0223

*We are going to get a force from the top one that is down the force F.*0227

*We are going to get a force to the left F from the one on the right because they repel.*0232

*The net is going to be down into the left or E.*0237

*40, relates to the same question, if F is the magnitude of the force on the test charge due to 1, what is the net force acting on it?*0244

*We can figure this out with the Pythagorean Theorem.*0253

*That is going to be in that direction, the combination of those two.*0257

* The total is going to be √ F² + F² which is √ 2F² or √ 2 × F.*0260

*The answer is D.*0274

*Taking a look at 41, Gauss’s law provides a convenient way to calculate the electric field outside and each of the following accept what?*0278

*A large plate, we did that.*0298

*A sphere, we did that.*0301

*A cubed, it is going to be difficult with Gauss’s law because that is symmetry piece.*0303

*The long solid and a long hollow cylinder, our lectures on Gauss’s law we did A, B, D, and E.*0307

*The only one that is going to be difficult to use Gauss’s law for that purpose is going to be C.*0314

*Let us take a look, moving on here to 42, have a wire resistance R dissipating some power when the current passes through it.*0321

*The wire is replaced by another wire with resistance 3R, what is the power dissipated with the same current?*0332

*Power is I² R so our final power, once we triple our resistance is going to be I² × 3R, which is just going to be 3 I² R or 3 × our initial power.*0338

*The answer must be D, 3P.*0354

*Moving on 43, we got a narrow beam of protons producing that current of 1.6 ma.*0361

*They are 10⁹ proton in each meter, which is the best estimate of the average speed of the protons in the beam?*0369

*I like it, a little more challenging.*0375

*Current is 1.6 × 10⁻³ amps.*0378

*We have got 10⁹ protons / m and we are trying to find the average speed.*0383

*The way I might go about this is, I’m first going to recognize the current as charge per unit time.*0394

*We need to also somehow get velocity in here so I'm going to look at velocity being distance /time.*0400

*Therefore, time is distance / velocity and I'm going to plug that in for T here to get that my current is going to be Q/ D × V.*0406

*Let us also look and see if we can figure out the charge / m, since we got a Q/ D factor here.*0421

*We have 10⁹ elementary charges, the charge on each proton / m.*0427

*Let us convert that into Coulomb’s, that is 1.6 × 10 ⁻19 C/ elementary charge, which gives us 1.6 × 10 ⁻10 C / m.*0433

*Putting all of this together now, we said current is Q/ D × V.*0447

*Therefore, V must be current × D/ Q which is going to be our current was 1.6 × 10⁻³ amps Q/ D, that is what we have here C/ m.*0454

*Q/ D in the denominator would be 1.6 × 10 ⁻10 C/ m, which is going to leave us with 10⁷ m/ s.*0469

*Is it one of our answer? It is, answer D.*0482

*Very good, let us take a look at 44.*0487

*Which of the following describes the line of magnetic field in the vicinity of the beam due to the beam's current?*0493

*Either way, concentric circles around the beam.*0499

*Absolutely, that is got to be at 44 A.*0502

*45, we have got a couple of charges on X axis and we want to know where the electric field strength could be 0.*0508

*That is got to be between the two so that they cancel out.*0518

*And where is it going to be between the two?*0525

*That has got to be a little bit closer to that + 2Q charge so that the distance factor*0526

*to make up for the fact that the charge on the right has less charge, so less force.*0532

*I would say it has to be between 2 and 3, answer C.*0536

*And 46, relating to the same problem.*0544

*The electric potential is negative at some points on the line in which of the following ranges?*0546

*That does not make sense, with only positive charges we are not going to have negative electric potentials.*0551

*I'm going to go with E on that one.*0557

*There are no places where you are going to have a negative potential at least in that current charge configuration.*0560

*Let us take a look here at number 47, we have got a graph showing the electric potential and region of space as a function of position.*0570

*Where would the charged particle experience the force of greatest magnitude?*0580

*You are going to have the greatest force where you have the greatest electric field strength.*0584

*Remember that the electric field is - DV DR so if that relates to the slope,*0592

*we are going to have the strongest field where we have the strongest, the greatest slope on our voltage position graph.*0598

*That to me looks like it is going to be position D, the greatest slope is going to have the greatest electric field.*0604

*Therefore, the greatest force on a charged particle.*0612

*48, work that must be done by an external agent to move a point charge of 2 µc from the origin 2, 3 m away as 5 J.*0619

*Find the potential difference.*0628

*Potential difference is work per unit charge, that is going to be 5 J / 2 mc or 0.002 C.*0631

*It is just 2500 V, the answer is C.*0639

*49, we have got a wire loop, we have got a wire, and we are looking for net force on the loop.*0648

*We have done similar things here in our lectures.*0655

*Here is our current I2, let us draw our loop up here.*0658

*Where this is I1 going that direction and the first thing I'm going to do if I want to know the net force on the loop is I'm going to figure out the direction of the magnetic field due to I2.*0667

*From the right hand rule, it looks like that is going to be into the plane of the page*0677

*so I'm just going to draw that with some axis up here to help me remember that.*0680

*They should be uniform but I have poor drawing skills here.*0687

*The direction of the force, by the right hand rule, if we have positive current,*0695

*point the fingers of my right hand in the direction current is flowing, bend in the direction of the magnetic field.*0700

*You are going to see a force that is up from that section of wire.*0705

*Let me use red here.*0708

*Up from that section of wire, over here it is going to be to the right.*0710

*Here it is going to be down and here it is going to be the left.*0715

*To where it is going to be that these two are going to cancel, these are not however*0719

*because the closest wire is going to be in the stronger magnetic field because it is closer to the source.*0723

*The smaller distance from the source of that magnetic fields.*0728

*This magnetic field is stronger here than here.*0731

*We will have a greater force down so the answer must be A, toward the wire.*0733

*Number 50, one of the trickier problems on the test.*0746

*A uniform magnetic field B is parallel to the XY plane as shown and we have got a proton initially moving with velocity V at that angle θ.*0750

*How will that follow that kind of path?*0758

*In here you have really got to think and visualize in 3 dimensions.*0760

*How the right hand rule is going to work?*0764

*Point your fingers in the direction it is moving, bend in the direction of the magnetic field,*0766

*and you are going to see an evolving, twisting path as you get a force but keep bringing it around in the helical path.*0772

*That is going to be D, A helical path with its axis parallel to the Y axis in the direction of the magnetic field.*0780

*51, taking a look here, we have a parallel plate capacitor.*0791

*I like drawing parallel plate capacitors, let us do that.*0798

*Parallel plate capacitor + Q on one plate -Q on the other and that is separated by some distance D.*0805

*Good so far.*0816

*Let us see, if each plate has an area A.*0818

*A single proton of charge + E is released from rest of the surface of the positively charged plate.*0822

*There is our proton charge + E.*0829

*What kinetic energy be or what will it be proportional to when it hits the other plate?*0831

*Let us go back to my definition of potential is work / charge, which implies that the work done which is QV.*0841

*When we get down here that is going to be the kinetic energy, 100% efficient in our problem.*0851

*But we also know that if C = Q/ V, then V = Q/ C.*0857

*We can write this as our charge of our proton × a charge on one of our plates ÷ the capacitance is equal to QV.*0862

*Since capacitance is proportional to area/ the separation of the plates,*0876

*we can say that the change in kinetic energy is going to be, not equal to, proportional to EQ/ C, which is A/ D.*0882

*DQ D/ A, do we have anything that looks like that, the answer is A.*0896

*Moving on to 52, in which of the following case does there exist a non 0 magnetic field that can be conveniently determined using Ampere’s law.*0906

*Outside the point charge if it is at rest.*0919

*It cannot be A, that is not going to work.*0921

*You do not get a magnetic field from a charge at rest.*0923

*Inside a stationary cylinder carrying current, no it is not moving again.*0926

*No charge, no magnetic field.*0929

*How about C, inside a very long current carrying solenoid?*0931

*We actually did that in the Ampere’s law video.*0935

*We know the answer is C, but let us take a look at the next 2 just for kicks.*0938

*At the center of the current carrying loop of wire, we did that but not with Ampere’s law.*0942

*That was pretty good, be pretty tough to integrate.*0947

*We did that with the Biot-Savart law and outside the square current carrying loop of wire.*0950

*That would be pretty tough to integrate too.*0954

*C is going to be the nice simple easy one.*0956

*53, positive beam of protons moves parallel to the X axis in the positive X direction as shown.*0961

*The magnetic field is pointed in the positive Y direction, in what direction must the electric field be pointed?*0970

*But let us se, the magnetic field is pointing in the positive Y and it is going to go with 0 deflection.*0976

*Then the magnetic force has to exactly balance the electrical force.*0983

*By the right hand rule then, that means that the direction of the electric field must be in the -Z direction*0986

*in order to balance the force from the magnetic field.*0994

*That is got a be E, negative Z direction.*0998

*Taking a look at 54, a vertical length of copper wire moves to the right with a steady velocity V*1005

*in the direction of constant horizontal magnetic field B.*1012

*To the following describes the induce charges on the ends of the wire.*1016

*54, V cross B is going to be 0, they are in the same direction.*1020

*I'm going to go with E on that one.*1025

*55, suppose an electron charge -E orbit a proton in a circular orbit of constant radius R.*1031

*If we assume the proton stationary, we are only worried about the electrostatic forces.*1043

*Find the kinetic energy of the two particle system which is going to be the kinetic energy of the electron.*1048

*The force on the electron, the electrical force is going to be the centripetal force,*1056

*which implies then our electrical force by Coulomb’s law is 1/ 4 π ε₀, the charge on each of these proton and electron.*1062

*The magnitude is E so that is going to be E² ÷ R and that has to equal our centripetal force MV²/ R.*1070

*Q1 Q2/ R, get rid of square there.*1087

*We got to solve then for MV² is going to be equal to, we multiply that by R.*1093

*We are going to get a E²/ 4 π ε₀ R.*1101

*And MV² is awfully close to the kinetic energy.*1111

*If we want the kinetic energy, that is kinetic energy so I just divide that by 2.*1114

*Our kinetic energy then is going to be E²/ 8 π ε₀ R.*1120

*Because that is one of our choices, 1/ 8 π ε₀ R.*1133

*Choice B gives us the correct answer.*1139

*56, we have got a square loop of wire with side L and resistance R.*1148

*It is held at rest in a uniform field but the field decreases with time according to that formula.*1154

*Find the induced current in the loop.*1161

*Faraday’s law, E = –D φ BDT which is - the derivative of BA because our area is not changing.*1164

*Which is going to be - the derivative with respect to time of, our magnetic field strength B is given by the formula A – BT.*1175

*And our area is just L², it is a square.*1188

*L² can come out, it is going to be L² × the derivative of A – BT, which implies that induced EMF then is just going to be BL².*1191

*The current then is E/ R just going to be BL² / R.*1207

*And how about direction, it looks like with time but that magnetic field is getting weaker.*1218

*Dense law as we wanted to oppose that change that will give us a counterclockwise current by the right hand rule.*1224

*BL²/ R counterclockwise, looks like that is going to be choice E.*1230

*57, a negatively charged particle in a uniform magnetic field moves in a circular path as shown,*1240

*which of the following graphs to picks have the frequency of revolution F depends on the radius R.*1249

*Let us start, we know that the velocity is distance /time or in this case 2 π R ÷ T, the time for once around is the period.*1258

*We can also look at this from a centripetal force perspective.*1268

*The centripetal force is MV² / R which has to be equal to whatever is causing that force.*1272

*What is causing the centripetal force is the magnetic force here, which is going to be Q VB.*1281

*Therefore, we could solve for V and say that that is going to be Q BR/ M.*1287

*Putting these together, Q BR/ M is our velocity has to equal 2 π R / T.*1297

*But by the way, 1/ the period is the frequency so I'm going to write that as 2 π R F.*1309

*And just solve for frequency is going to be Q BR/ M × 2 π R or Q B/ 2 π M.*1315

*Notice here that we have no dependence on the radius.*1331

*The correct answer must be A, does not depend on radius at all.*1334

*Let us take a look at 58, the only force acting on an electron is due to a uniform electric field.*1343

*The electron moves at constant.*1353

*It has got to be a constant acceleration because it is a constant force.*1356

*The direction is opposite that of the field because the field points in the direction of the force a positive charge would feel.*1363

*58 right away, A.*1369

*59, in a region of space we got a spherical symmetric electric potential given by the function V of R = KR², where K is a constant.*1375

*What is the magnitude of the electric field when your distance R from the origin?*1387

*The electric field from potential is - DV DR which is just going to be -2 KR.*1392

*Therefore, the magnitude of the electric field is just going to be 2K and we are looking at R₀ instead of R.*1400

*2 K R0 is going to be our answer C.*1408

*In the following question 60, what is the direction of the electric field at RO and the direction of the force on electron.*1414

*Notice we had negative here, so that means that the electric field is going to be toward the origin and*1422

*because it is a force on the electron, it is going to the opposite direction of the field.*1428

*The answer there B, it is toward the origin with the force, the electric field toward the origin of the force in the opposite direction.*1433

*The answer is B because of this -2 KR that we just found.*1440

*61, 2 charged particles each with a charge of +Q are located along the X axis at X = 2 and X =4.*1450

*Which of the following shows the graph of the magnitude of the electric field along the X axis?*1459

*As I look at 61, it is pretty obvious right in between that has to be 0 so that gets rid of choice C and choice B.*1464

*D and E do not make any sense, it is going to be A.*1475

*62, positive electric charge moved at constant speed between two locations in an electric field*1481

*with no work done by or against the field, how can that occur?*1490

*Right away, I’m thinking that the only way that happens is if you are on equal potential.*1493

*D, the charge is moved along the equal potential line.*1498

*There it is, nice and simple.*1501

*63, we got a non conducting hollow sphere of radius R carrying a large charge + Q.*1507

*A small charge + Q is located at point P and what must be the work done in moving the charge +Q*1513

*from P through the hole to the center of the sphere?*1521

*We are only going to have to do work to get to the surface and that amount of work is going to be charge × the potential difference,*1525

*which is going to be charge × the final potential - the initial potential, which is going to be our charge ×*1534

*our final K Q/ R the radius - K Q/ r, we can do some factoring Kq Q 1 / R -1 / r.*1543

*It looks like it is going to be the choice E.*1561

*64, we have got a couple capacitors altering µf connected to the circuit with a 12 V battery.*1568

*Find the equivalent capacitance between X and Z.*1577

*The first thing I'm going to do is see that those 2, 3 µf capacitor is in parallel.*1580

*Those add up so that is going to be 6 µf.*1585

*Then we have got to go through A 3 µf capacitor.*1590

*Those two in series, if we found that equivalent should tell us our answer.*1596

*We can do that a bunch of ways but right away we know that that is going to be less than the smallest so less than 3.*1601

*As I do that, 1/ C equivalent is 1/6 µf + 1/3 µf is going to be, 1/ C equivalent is going to being 1/6 µf + 2/6 micro F is 3/6 µf.*1615

*Therefore, C equivalent is 2 µf.*1634

*Our choice there for 64 must be B.*1640

*And 65, the follow on question.*1646

*Potential difference between Y and Z is going to be what?*1650

*We are looking for the potential difference if we can put a vault meter right there between Y and Z.*1654

*If C = Q/ V then potential = Q/ C, we know our charge is going to be VC, is going to be 12V × 2 µf or 24 µc.*1662

*The charge on each plate is 24 µc.*1685

*Once we know that, the potential between Y and Z is just going to be Q / C or we will have 24 µc on the plate ÷ that capacitance 3 µf is 8V.*1689

*65 should be D.*1705

*66, in the figure contains two identical light bulbs in series with a battery.*1713

*At first they are at equal brightness when switch S is closed, which of the following occurs to the bulbs?*1720

*Once switch S is closed, right away bulb 2 is not going to have any electricity going through.*1727

*All the electricity is going to go right through S, it has shorted out.*1734

*Our choice is either B or E.*1737

*If we short out bulb 2, all of that potential is now going to go through bulb 1 so it is going to expand more power,*1740

*the answer has to be B, bulb 1 gets brighter and bulb 2 goes out.*1748

*67, the bar magnet and a wire loop current carrying I are arranged in which direction is the force on the current loop due to the magnet?*1755

*As I look at that one, let us say that that current loop creates a south pole*1765

*but nears the magnet due to the right hand rule so that is going to attract it.*1770

*Your force then has to be A, toward the magnet.*1774

*68, a wire loop of area A is placed in a time varying that is spatially uniform magnetic field perpendicular to the plane of the loop.*1782

*The induced EMF was given by that function.*1791

*The time varying magnetic field could be given by, EMF is – D φ B DT is going to be B AT ^½.*1794

*Or which implies that E = - the derivative of the integral of B ⋅ DA which is - D/ DT of BA or - A DB DT.*1807

*Which implies then, we have – B T ^½ must equal DB DT, which implies that the integral of -BT ^½ DT must equal the integral of DB.*1828

*Or integral of DB is just B integral of - BT ^½ is going to be – B T³/2 / 3/2 + some constant,*1837

*implies then that B is going to be equal to -2/3 B T³/2, which is we are looking for that and not worry about direction.*1859

*2/3 BT³/2, the answer choice E.*1875

*That is more involved multiple choice in there.*1880

*69, talking about a capacitor with two identical conducting plates parallel to each other separated by a distance D,*1884

*the stand is connected if you ignore effects what is the electric field between the plates?*1892

*Electric field between the plates are parallel capacitor is constant as long as you are not near the edges.*1897

*Just B/ D, the answer is B.*1904

*70, an insulating plastic material is inserted between the plates without otherwise disturbing the system.*1909

*What does that do to the capacitance?*1916

*Capacitance is ε A/ D.*1919

*If you increase ε by putting in an insulator, your capacitance has to go up because A and D are changing.*1923

*Capacitances must increase, the answer has to be A.*1930

*Alright that is the end of the multiple choice section of this practice test.*1937

*Hopefully that gives you a good feel for where you are strong and some opportunities for some more work.*1940

*Thank you so much for watching www.educator.com.*1946

*Come on back in the next lesson and we will do the free response portion of this test.*1948

*Make it a great day everyone.*1952

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Last reply by: Professor Dan Fullerton

Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:43 PM

Post by Laura Darrow on August 25 at 08:43:20 PM

Hello Mr. Fullerton ~ I have a question about #70. If you put an insulator between the plates wouldn't the distance d be smaller? Smaller distance, larger capacitance. What does "without otherwise disturbing the system" mean? Many thanks.

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Last reply by: Laura Darrow

Mon Aug 27, 2018 4:33 PM

Post by Laura Darrow on August 25 at 05:17:22 PM

Hello Mr. Fullerton - I don't have a clear understanding of #67, could you clarify further? Thanks!

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Last reply by: Professor Dan Fullerton

Mon May 8, 2017 10:39 AM

Post by Stephen Saucedo on May 8, 2017

You're not really explaining anything that well. Also you're going super fast.

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Post by Professor Dan Fullerton on March 27, 2015

Correct link: http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/courses/211623.html