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OpenStudy (anonymous):

PHYSICS HELP!!!!! PLEAAASEE!!!!! ASAP!

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

What goes on, Friend? Maybe I could help?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

i dont think so.. do u know any physics?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (astrophysics):

What's the question...?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Part 1 Procedure: Go to the University of Colorado – Simulations. Click on the Electric Field Hockey simulation, then click on Run Now! Your challenge is to get the positive test charge into the goal on the right of the screen. On the top right of the screen you have a bucket of charges you may use to “move” the test charge. On the bottom of the screen you have numerous options, including the ability to “see” the electric field. Go ahead and press the “Field” checkbox to turn this option on. Have the applet set to practice. Using just positive (+) charges, arrange them in the playing area to get the test charge into the goal. Once you are successful, reset the applet. Take note of how the positive test charge and the other positive charges react with each other, and also notice the direction and strength of the electric field. Using just negative (-) charges, arrange them in the playing area to get the test charge into the goal. Once you are successful, reset the applet. Take note of how the positive test charge and the other negative charges react with each other, and also notice the direction and strength of the electric field. Now try using numerous charges, both positive and negative, to get the positive test charge into the goal. Again, take note of how the positive test charge and the other charges react with each other, and also notice the direction and strength of the electric field between the charges. Ready for a challenge? Increase the difficulty and see how good you are as an electric field hockey player! Use your observations and notes from the game to answer the questions below. Save your answers to these questions as they will be submitted at the end of this lesson. @Astrophysics

2 years ago
OpenStudy (astrophysics):

You should really do this yourself...

2 years ago
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