Volume 2
(Electricity and Magnetism)

by Craig Fletcher


Title Page

Table of Contents and Notes to Student

Contants Table

Chapter 13  -  Electric Forces and Fields

.....Preamble to Chapter Summaries

.....Chapter 13 Summary

.....Preamble to Chapter Solutions

.....Solutions to Ch 13

Chapter 14  -  Gauss's Law

.....Chapter 14 Summary

.....Solutions to Ch 14
Chapter 15  - Electrical Potentials

.....Chapter 15 Summary

.....Solutions to Ch 15
Chapter 16  -  DC Circuits

.....Chapter 16 Summary

.....Solutions to Ch 16
Chapter 17  -  Capacitors

.....Chapter 17 Summary

.....Solutions to Ch 17
Chapter 18  -  Magnetic Fields

.....Chapter 18 Summary

.....Solutions to Ch 18
Chapter 19  -  Faraday's Law and Induction

.....Chapter 19 Summary

.....Solutions to Ch 19
Chapter 20 - AC Circuits

.....Chapter 20 Summary

.....Solutions to Ch 20
Chapter 21 - Radios and Semiconductors

Chapter 22 - Relativity



Preamble to Multiple Choice Review Tests

Multiple Choice Review Test #1

.....Preamble to the Solutions for the Multiple Choice Review Tests

.....Solutions to M.C. Review Test #1

Multiple Choice Review Test #2

.....Solutions to M.C. Review Test #2

Multiple Choice Review Test #3

.....Solutions to M.C. Review Test #3

Multiple Choice Review Test #4

.....Solutions to M.C. Review Test #4




     Although the chapters are fairly transparent, there are a few idiosyncrasies of which you should be aware. 
     First, if you are using this book to prepare for the C-level Advanced Placement test, please note that all of the chapters listed cover AP required curriculum except the AC circuits, Semiconductors and Relativity chapters.  I included these topics because they are fun and, at least for the relativity, mind-blowing, and because the book is not solely for the use of AP-driven students. 
     Second, any letter used to depict a vector in the book will not be shown with an arrow over it.  Rather, vectors are denoted in bold face.  I realize this is unconventional, but I didn't have access to overhead arrows when I first wrote the book, so I had to improvise.
     Third, for reasons completely unknown to me, I was able to make pdf's of Volume 2 without making the font change that was required when I did the same for Volume 1. That means there should be no mess-ups with respect to Greek letters, summations, etc.
     Fourth, the borders on the 1500 or so hand-created graphs in the book are particularly light because 10% shading was the appropriate setting for them in the original document, given the characteristics of my old printer.  This setting is all wrong for modern printers.  What this means is that your downloaded documents will in all probability look OK on your screen, but will have washed out graphics borders when printed.  I didn't do this on purpose.  Then, again, who knows?  It may just motivate you to actually buy a hard copy of the book.  In that form, the borders look just fine.