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P2. Two uniformly charged rods of length L -0.20 m carry opposite charges of magnitude 0-7.1x10'C. They are arranged in three different ways. (A). (B) and (C), as shown in the figure below (A) AY (3) AY (6) Sketch the electric field lines for each configuration (9) For a uniformly charged rod of f elt the clectric field for positions along the perpendicularisector d' is given as E = E() A T U where d points along the perpendicular and is the lines charge density. Given this expression, for which points of any) in configuration (A) (B) and (C) can you calculate the net electric field exactly (using the given formula)? For the configurations where you convinced yourself that you can apply the given formula, what magnitude and direction do you obtain for the neclectric field at the respective point
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