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HW2pg3

# HW2pg3 - What is the electricfield at a point when the...

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Unformatted text preview: What is the electricfield at a point when the force on a 1.40 0C charge'placed at that point is I? = (3.01 6.01) x 10'3 N? -JI 214o NfCi - -¢'I 3570 Nfci What is the electricfleld strength at a point in space where a proton (m = 1.67 x 10'27 kg) experiences an acceleration of 7' million g s ? -¢I one. MC Calculate the electric field at one corner of a square 2.10 m on a side if the other three corners are occupied by 3.25 x 10'5 C charges. -V. 12700 NFC _¢laway from the center of the sguare Estimate the electricfield at a point 2.30 cm perpendicular to the midpoint of a uniformly charged 2.00 m long thin Wire carrying a total charge of 4.40.00 -_ Nfc A thin rod 'bent into the shape of an arc of a circle of radius R carries a uniform charge per unit length A. The arc subtends a total angle 2%, symmetric about the x axis, as shown in ...
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