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Unformatted text preview: x axis. (d) The Feld points into or outof the page. x y +q2q 3 Solution Far from a charge distribution, the ±eld lines become radial (point straight outward), and behave as if coming from a point charge with the total charge of the distribution. Total Points for Problem: 3 Points Solution to Lab Quiz Problem 4.3(Correct Dipole Drawing) Problem: The ±gures below show a dipole in a electric ±eld of a point charge. Which ±gure correctly captures the direction and magnitudes of the forces on the dipole? Select One of the Following: (aAnswer) Figure (a) (b) Figure (b) (c) Figure (c) (d) Figure (d) 4 +Q + _ (a) +Q + _ (b) +Q + _ (c) +Q + _ (d) Solution 5 The feld must point in the direction oF the feld line and is stronger where the feld lines are closer together. The Force should be larger where the feld lines are closer together, so fgure (a) is correct. +Q + _ (a) Total Points for Problem: 3 Points 6...
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 Spring '10
 Stewat
 Charge, Electric charge, Euclidean geometry, total charge, Lab Quiz Problem, Charge of Distribution

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