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Problem Set 2 1. The colored regions in the figure represent four three dimensional Gaussian surfaces A through D. The regions may also contain three charged particles, with ݍ ൌ ൅5.00nC , ݍ ൌ െ5.00nC and ݍ ൌ ൅8.00nC , that are nearby as shown. What is the electric flux through each of the four surfaces? 2. A pyramid has a square base with an area of 4.00m and a height of 3.50m . Its walls are four isosceles triangles. The pyramid is in a uniform electric field of 655N/C pointing downward. a) What is the electric flux through the square base? b) What is the electric flux through one of the four triangular walls? c) What is the electric flux through all four triangular walls combined? 3. A 6.20ߤC point charge is at the center of a cube with sides of length 0.500m . a) What is the electric flux through one of the six faces of the cube? b) How would your answer to part (a) change if the sides were 0.250m long? Explain.

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4. A solid sphere of radius 15.2cm contains a total charge of 45.3mC
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• Spring '15
• Charge, 6.00cm, 3.00cm, 4.00m, 5.00cm, 3.50m, 4.00cm

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