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Today we finished up chapter 22 and began chapter 23.
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In this lecture we started chapter 22 on electromagnetic induction. We covered induced currents, magnetic flux, and Faraday's Law.
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Today we discussed Ampere's Law and went over different applications of the law.
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Today we discussed currents (in a straight wire and in a circuit) through a uniform magnetic field.
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This is the study guide for the first midterm. It covers chapters 18-20 in the text book.
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Todqy we discussed Kirchhoff's two rules for closed circuits, what RC circuits are, and how RC circuits work (Cutnell 20.10 - 20.13)
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Today we discussed how to find equivalent resistance and capacitance for resistors and capacitors in series versus parallel.
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Today we discussed how Ohm's Law relates electric currents, electric potential difference, and resistance. We also went over how to draw electric circuits and how they relate to resistance, electric currents, electrical power, and electric potential. (Cutnell 20.1-20.6)
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Today we discussed capacitors and how they relate to capacitance and dielectrics. (Cutnell 19.5)
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Today we went over the difference between electric potential energy and electric potential. (Cutnell 19.1-19.4)
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Today we discussed electric flux and how it relates to Gauss' Law. We also went over different applications of Gauss' Law. (Cutnell 18.9)
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Today we reviwed how to calculate electric field strength, what an electric dipole is, and how to draw electric field lines. (Cutnell 18.7-18.8)
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Today we went over how to calculate the strength of an electric field on a test charge. (Cutnell 18.6)
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Today we went over Conductors, Insulators, and Coulomb's Law. Cutnell 18.4-18.5
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In this lecture, we reviewed what charge is, what the fundamental charge is, how total charge is calculated, and how charge can be transferred. We also went over the syllabus which is posted on Blackboard. Cutnell 18.1-18.2

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