Ch 15 hw 3

Ch 15 hw 3 - , 0 [0] , 0 [0] > N 2. [MI02...

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1. 11/12 points | 4/4 submissions Last Response | Show Details All Responses Notes Two rings of radius 5 cm are 20 cm apart and concentric with a common horizontal x - axis. The ring on the left carries a uniformly distributed charge of + 35 nC, and the ring on the right carries a uniformly distributed charge of - 35 nC. What is the electric field due to the right ring at a location midway between the two rings? = < 22539.56521 [22500] , 0 [0] , 0 [0] > N/C What is the electric field due to the left ring at a location midway between the two rings? = < 22539.56521 [22500] , 0 [0] , 0 [0] > N/C What is the net electric field at at a location midway between the two rings? = < 45079.13043 [45100] , 0 [0] , 0 [0] > N/C If a charge of -9 nC were placed midway between the rings, what would be the force exerted on this charge by the rings? = <-405712.1738 [-0.000406]
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Unformatted text preview: , 0 [0] , 0 [0] &gt; N 2. [MI02 15.E.05.] 1/1 points | 2/4 submissions Last Response | Show Details All Responses Notes Two rings of radius 1 cm are 18 cm apart and concentric with a common horizontal x-axis. What is the magnitude of the electric field midway between the rings if both rings carry a charge of + 32 nC? [0] N/C 3. [MI02 15.E.08.alt01.] 3/3 points | 1/4 submissions Last Response | Show Details All Responses Notes For a disk of radius R = 18 cm and Q = 6 10-6 C, calculate the magnitude of the electric field 4 mm from the center of the disk using all three formulas below, and using the accurate value = 8.85 10-12 C 2 /(N m 2 ). (a) Formula 1 3256309.678 [3.26e+06] N/C (b) Formula 2 3256291.412 [3.26e+06] N/C (c) Formula 3 3330298.035 [3.33e+06] N/C...
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