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1. You connect a battery, resistor, and capacitor as in (Figure 1) , where E = 4

1. You connect a battery, resistor, and capacitor as in (Figure 1) , where E = 46.0 V , C = 5.00 μF , and R = 110 Ω . The switch S is closed at t = 0.Part AWhen the voltage across the capacitor is 8.00 V, what is the magnitude of the current in the circuit?Part BAt what time t after the switch is closed is the voltage across the capacitor 8.00 V?Part CWhen the voltage across the capacitor is 8.00 V, at what rate is energy being stored in the capacitor?2. You connect a battery, resistor, and capacitor as in (Figure 1) , where R = 18.0 Ω and C = 9.00 × 10−6 F. The switch S is closed at t = 0. When the current in the circuit has magnitude 3.00 A, the charge on the capacitor is 40.0 × 10−6 C.Part AWhat is the emf of the battery?Part BAt what time t after the switch is closed is the charge on the capacitor equal to 40.0 × 10−6 C?Part CWhen the current has magnitude 3.00 A, at what rate is energy being stored in the capacitor?Part DWhen the current has magnitude 3.00 A, at what rate is energy being supplied by the battery?16. Although we have discussed single-slit diffraction only for a slit, a similar result holds when light bends around a straight, thin object, such as a strand of hair. In that case, a is the width of the strand. From actual laboratory measurements on a human hair, it was found that when a beam of light of wavelength 632.8 nm was shone on a single strand of hair, and the diffracted light was viewed on a screen 1.25 m away, the first dark fringes on either side of the central bright spot were 5.22 cm apart.How thick was the strand of hair in μm?

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