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Moving magnet and conductor problem: Quiz


Question 1: Observations of the aberration of light, culminating in the ________, established the validity of Lorentz invariance, and the development of special relativity resolved the resulting disagreement with Newtonian mechanics.
Albert Abraham MichelsonAlbert EinsteinLuminiferous aetherMichelson–Morley experiment

Question 2: where m is the particle ________, q is the charge, and
MassGeneral relativityForceClassical mechanics

Question 3: That requirement leads to the ________ for space and time.
Maxwell's equationsSpecial relativityLuminiferous aetherLorentz transformation

Question 4: This result is a consequence of requiring that observers in all ________ arrive at the same form for Maxwell's equations.
Special relativityForceGeneral relativityInertial frame of reference

Question 5: (The ________ also comes into play, explaining how, in the conductor's frame, this moving electric field will contribute to the magnetic field.) The end result is that, in general,
Displacement currentMagnetic momentAmpère's circuital lawMaxwell's equations

Question 6: The moving magnet and conductor problem is a famous thought experiment, originating in the 19th century, concerning the intersection of ________.
Maxwell's equationsLorentz forceClassical electromagnetism and special relativityElectromagnetic four-potential

Question 7: In it, the current in a conductor moving with constant velocity, v, with respect to a ________ is calculated in the frame of reference of the magnet and in the frame of reference of the conductor.
Magnetic momentMagnetismMagnetic fieldMagnet

Question 8: with c0 the speed of light in ________.
Electromagnetic radiationFree spaceMagnetic fieldMaxwell's equations

Question 9: An overriding requirement on the descriptions in different frameworks is that they be ________.
Mathematical logicAxiomConsistencyFirst-order logic

Question 10: Therefore, the magnetic force term of the ________ has no effect, and the force on the charge is given by
Magnetic fieldLorentz forceMaxwell's equationsElectromagnetism


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