Cylindrical Gauss' Law

Cylindrical Gauss' Law - Take a very long insulating rod,...

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Take a very long insulating rod, radius a =0.05m and charge density ρ =60 µ C/m 3 , surrounded by a conducting hollow cylinder of inner radius b =0.10m and outer radius c =0.15m . The shell has a charge of λ =15 µ C/m. What is the magnitude of E at r >
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