# LAB 3 - WebAssign Lab 03 S10 EField of Continuous Object...

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1. 2/2 points All Submissions Notes Web Assign Lab 03 S10 EField of Continuous Object - VPython (Lab) Kiyaniah Tilghman PY 208, section 210, Spring 2010 Instructor: Kelly Patton TA Current Score : 50 / 50 Due : Wednesday, February 10, 2010 04:50 PM EST About this Assignment Question Points 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 6 10 12 10 10 Total 50/50 (100.0%) Description Electric field of a continuous object - Vpython and Whiteboard Instructions Part 1: VPython - Efield of a Rod Instructions Part 2: Whiteboard problem(s) Group Members (Group 6) Tilghman, Kiyaniah Vargo, Andrew Crawford, David The due date for this assignment is past. Your work can be viewed below, but no changes can be made. Only the Recorder for your group should submit this assignment. Who was the Manager of your group for this lab session? (Enter first and last name; for example: Kim Jones. Kiyaniah Tilghman Key: Name

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2. 6/6 points All Submissions Notes 3. 10/10 points All Submissions Notes Who was the Recorder? Andrew Vargo Key: Name Who was the Skeptic? David Crawford Key: Name Who was the Summarizer? (If none, type "none".) none Key: Name In lab you wrote a VPython program to calculate the electric field of a uniformly charged rod at a single observation location, by approximating the rod as a row of point charges. These questions apply to that program. Make the following changes to your program: Total charge on rod: 2e-08 C Observation location: < -0.75, 0.8, 0> m Number of point charges: 25 Adjust the scale factor as necessary. All the spheres, and the orange arrow representing the electric field, should be clearly visible.
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