EE325_HW6

EE325_HW6 - (c should be 1 T E i.e the magnitude of the...

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EE325-Spring 2016 Problem Set 6 Problem 1 Problem 5.5 in the textbook. Problem 2 Problem 5.11 in the textbook. Problem 3 Problem 5.14 in the textbook. Problem 4 Problem 5.17 in the textbook. Problem 5 Problem 5.19 in the textbook. Problem 6 Two point charges of 100 μC p are located at (2,-1,0) and (2,1,0). The surface 0 x = is a conducting plane. (a) Find the surface charge density s r on the conductor surface (0,y,z). (b) What is s r at the origin (0,0,0)? Problem 7 Problem 5.31 in the textbook. Corrections:
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Unformatted text preview: (c) should be 1 T E , i.e., the magnitude of the tangential electric field vector (d) should be 1 E , i.e., the magnitude of the electric field vector. (e) should be part (d) of text (f) should be part (e) of text (g) should be part (f) of text (h) should be part (g) of text (i) should be part (h) of text (j) should be part (i) of text This will now match the solution in the back of the book. Problem 8 Problem 5.34 in the textbook....
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