Coulomb's Law
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• Question 1
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Q. When distance increases, electrostatic force ____________; we call this relationship ____________ proportional
decreases;directly
decreases;inversely
increases;inversely
increases;directly
• Question 2
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Q. What variable is a Coulomb the unit for?
Charge
Force
Distance
Mass
• Question 3
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Q. What variable do "Newtons" represent?
Electrostatic Charge
Force
Distance
Mass
• Question 4
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Q. What happens to the force between two charged objects when you double the distance between them?
2X
1/2X
4X
1/4X
• Question 5
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Q. What happens to the force between two charged objects if you double the distance between them and double the magnitude of one charge?
4X
6X
1/2X
1/6X
• Question 6
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Q. If each of the charges doubles, what happens to the force?
Doubles
Stays the same
Reduced by half
• Question 7
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Q. If the distance doubles, what happens to the force?
Reduced by half
Reduced by 1/4
Stays the same
• Question 8
60 seconds
Q. Electrostatic force F is directly proportional to:
r^2 (distance squared)
q1
q2
both q1 and q2
• Question 9
60 seconds
Q. When distance increases, electrostatic force ____________; we call this relationship ____________ proportional
decreases;directly
decreases;inversely
increases;inversely
increases;directly
• Question 10
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Q. What variable do Coulombs represent?
Electrostatic Charge
Force
Distance
Mass
• Question 11
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Q.

The graph shows the relationship between the force of interaction and the magnitude of charge. What type of relationship is this?

Direct

Indirect

Inverse

Reverse

• Question 12
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Q.

Recap:

Coulomb’s law states that the force between two charged objects will __________ when the magnitude of the object’s charge increases.

Coulomb’s law also states that the force between two charged objects will __________ when the distance between objects increases.

increase; increase

increase; decrease

decrease; increase

decrease; decrease

• Question 13
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Q. A material in which electrons are not able to move easily
Circuit
Insulator
Resistance
Conductor
• Question 14
60 seconds
Q. Which of these substances conducts electricity the best?
wood
brick
copper
plastic
• Question 15
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Q. The plastic covering is there to:
Provide a conductor for electrical energy to flow.
Provide an insulator so that electrical energy will not pass outside of the wires.
Provide a conductor so that electrical energy can NOT flow.
Provide an insulator so that electrical energy can flow.
• Question 16
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Q. The difference between attract and repel is that to attract is to pull something closer and repel is to push something away.
True
False
• Question 17
60 seconds
Q. How do electrons differ from protons?
They are the same thing
Electrons hold a negative charge and protons hold a positive charge.
Electrons are positively charged and protons are negatively charged.
Protons are neutral
• Question 18
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Q.

The image shows two charged particles with a force of 2.4 N. What would you predict the force of interaction would be when the magnitude of charge on q2 doubles?

9.6 N

4.8 N

1.2 N

.6 N

• Question 19
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Q.

The image shows two charged particles with a force of 2.4 N. What would you predict the force of interaction would be when the distance doubles?

4.8 N

1.2 N

.6 N

.3 N

• Question 20
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Q. The Electric Force is strongest when charges are...