31. We denote the radius of the thin cylinder as R= 0.015 m. Using Eq. 23-12, the net electric field for r> Ris given by netwirecylinder0022EEErrε′−λλ=+=+ππwhere –λ= –3.6 nC/m is the linear charge density of the wire and λ'is the linear charge density of the thin cylinder. We note that the surface and linear charge densities of the
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