Gauss's Law - A uniformly charged rod has a finite length...

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1 A uniformly charged rod has a finite length L . The rod is symmetric under rotations about the axis and under reflection in any plane containing the axis. It is not symmetric under translations or under reflections in a plane perpendicular to the axis other than the plane that bisects the rod. Which field shape or shapes match the symmetry of the rod? 1. a and d 2. c and e 3. b only 4. e only 5. none of the above This box contains 1. a net positive charge. 2. no net charge. 3. a net negative charge. 4. a positive charge. 5. a negative charge. The total electric flux through this box is 1. 0 Nm 2 /C. 2. 1 Nm 2 /C. 3. 2 Nm 2 /C. 4. 4 Nm 2 /C. 5. 6 Nm 2 /C. These are two-dimensional cross sections through three-dimensional closed spheres and a cube. Rank order, from largest to smallest, the electric fluxes a to e through surfaces a to e. 1. Φ a > Φ c > Φ b > Φ d > Φ e 2. Φ b = Φ e > Φ a = Φ c = Φ d 3. Φ e > Φ d > Φ b > Φ c > Φ a 4. Φ b > Φ a > Φ c > Φ e > Φ d 5. Φ d = Φ e > Φ c > Φ a = Φ b
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course PY 2404 taught by Professor Cardenas during the Spring '08 term at Saint Mary's University Texas.

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