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Unformatted text preview: forces act on the particle). z (10 points) [2] Find the force from the following potentials: (a) , and (c) . z (10 points) [3] Purcell Problem 1.1 (p.34): Relative strength of Electrostatic and Gravitational forces. z (15 points) [4] Purcell Problem 1.3 (p.34): Two charged volley balls. z (10 points) [5] Purcell Problem 1.4 (p.34): Charges on corners of a square. z (10 points) [6] Purcell Problem 1.5 (p.34): A charged semicircle. z Optional: (10 points) [7] Purcell Problem 1.11 (p.35): Electric field by two point charges. Plot the value of E(x) along the x axis (i.e., where E (x)=E(x) ). z (10 points) [8] Purcell Problem 1.24 (p.37): Electric field from continuous charge distribution (finite rod). z (15 points) [9] Purcell Problem 1.26 (p.37): Electric field from continuous charge distribution (hairpin). Erik Katsavounidis...
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2009 for the course PHYSICS 8.022 taught by Professor Hughes during the Spring '08 term at MIT.
 Spring '08
 Hughes
 Electric Fields, Magnetism, Mass, Work

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