CAPA 4 - Capa 4 1. Two point charges each of magnitude 1.88...

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Capa 4 1 . Two point charges each of magnitude 1.88 µC are located on the x axis. One is at x =1.23 m, and the other is at x =-1.23 m. Determine the electric potential on the y axis at y =0.517 m. Answer: 2 .Calculate the electric potential energy of a third charge, of -3.10 µC, placed on the y axis at y =0.517 m. Answer: 3 . The potential in a region between x =0 and x =6.00 m is V = a + bx where a =10.30 V and b =- 6.10 V/m. Determine the potential at x =0 m. Answer: 4 . Find the magnitude of the electric field at 0 m. Answer: 5 . A wire of finite length that has a uniform linear charge density λ=6.75×10 -9 C/m is bent into the shape shown below. Find the electric potential at point O.
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Capa 4 Answer: 6 . Two charged spherical conductors are connected by a long conducting wire, and a charge of 21.9 µC is placed on the combination. If the first sphere has a radius of 3.55 cm and the second has a radius of 6.48 cm, what is the electric field near the surface of each sphere? Enter the field for the first one first. Answer 1 of 2:
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