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HW1 Solution2.2. The force exerted onwill beThe force exerted onwill beWhere,And the magnitudeUnit vector,Since2.4.,zP(a,a,a)ayxThe total vector force will be2.5.(a)IfwhereAlsoSo, find E at P3(1,2,3)and.(b)At what point on the
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HW#2 Solutions3.3a) to find the total charge we must integrate over the surface area around the infinite cylinder. =8infinitecm.5|&quot;Due to the absolute value we can change the bounds of the integral with respect to z to 0 to andtomultiply by 2
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2. E=105 V/m,The forces:B=0.5gauss=0.5*10-4 Kg/C*sFE=QE ,FB=QVBFE=Q*105whileFB=Q*5*10-5The magnetic force is substantially smaller than the electric force.4.in circular motion.Angular velocity:Does not depend on the radius r.
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