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5.9: Review Questions

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  1. How much money would a “meganaire” have?
  2. At one time Bill Gates was worth \begin{align*}50\end{align*}50 billion dollars. Express this in words using the science prefixes for sizes.
  3. A particle of negligible mass moves between two plates of a linear accelerator as shown in Figure 17. By how much does the energy (in \begin{align*}\;\mathrm{eVs}\end{align*}eVs) of the particle’s energy change?

  4. A particle of negligible mass moves between two plates of a linear accelerator as shown in Figure 18. How much energy (in \begin{align*}\;\mathrm{eVs}\end{align*}eVs) does the particle’s energy change by?

  5. A particle of negligible mass moves between two plates of a linear accelerator as shown in Figure 19. How much energy (in \begin{align*}\;\mathrm{eVs}\end{align*}eVs) does the particle’s energy change by?

  6. What is the centripetal acceleration needed to turn a particle with a mass of exactly \begin{align*}100\end{align*}100 protons traveling at \begin{align*}2.00 \times 10^8\;\mathrm{m/s}\end{align*}2.00×108m/s around a ring the size of the LHC (\begin{align*}\mathrm{circumference} = 27 \;\mathrm{km})\end{align*}circumference=27km)?

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