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Lesson 2 Problem Set 1 Name ______ Jing Li _____________________ Electric Fields PHY112 Section number _________ Directions Several of the following problems are missing some of the given variable information. Your instructor will provide the values through email, in the “from your instructor” section of the lesson, or in a course announcement. Use the values provided by your instructor to answer all of the questions. Show all work. Use appropriate labels and units. Highlight final answers (if numerical). 1. Draw the electric fields for each of the following combinations of point charges and charged parallel plates (2 points each). Case A (defined by your instructor) Case B (defined by your instructor)
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Case C (defined by your instructor) Case D (defined by your instructor) 2. Use qualitative vector analysis to determine the direction of the net electric field at the positions marked by an X below (4 points).
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3. A particle with a net charge of + q is placed in a uniform electric field that has a field strength of E . What is the force on the particle (4 points)?
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