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(16:34 = chapter 16, problem 34, FT = Field Theory worksheet, AP = AP problems
packet. PQ = PreQuiz)

**Page 1: (Gravity)**

- Point Mass: gravitational field - FT 12&13
- Force of Gravity - FT 3&4
- Solve for separation - FT 3&4
- Gravitational field between masses- like the field gravity problem (#2) in FT, but much easier - this is a linear array, gravitational equivalent of AP 4d
- Work to separate masses - FT 11

**Page 2:** **(Voltage and Electric Field)**

- Voltage: electric field - 17:5, FT 29&30
- Voltage: work - 17:1, FT 20
- Accelerated ion: velocity - 17:3and17:11andAP:3a, FT 21, and PQ16-17.1 #4
- Point charge: voltage - 17:13, FT 22&23,
- Point charge: work - AP:4b, FT 26

**Page 3: (CRT Problem)**

- Velocity: potential -17:3and17:11andAP:3a
- Voltage: electric field - AP:2a
- Electric field: acceleration - AP:2b
- Velocity: time - AP:2c
- Projectile motion: vertical displacement - AP:2c
See also the PowerPoint on CRT problems for more examples

**Page 4:** **(Simple Array of charges)**

- Linear array: electric
field - AP:4d, Like PowerPoint
*02-01LinearArraysOfCharge.ppt,*PreQuiz 16-17.1 #3 - Nonlinear array: voltage - 17:13, FT #1 Question 2, PQ16-17.3 #1, 2
- Voltage: work - AP:4b, FT #1 Questions 3 and 4, PQ16-17.3 #3
- Nonlinear array: electric field - 16:30A, FT #1 - Question 1, PQ16-17.2
- Work moving charge - 17:15, FT #1 Questions 3 and 4
See also the PowerPoint on

*03-01NonLinearArraysOfCharge.ppt*