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0222_E1_Q - and a double integral find the electric field...

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PHY 0222 STOT Problem Set E1 (January 27, 2010) 1. Some point charges, each of charge + q , are distributed at the corners of a regular star-shaped polygon as shown in Fig. 1. In particular, the two charges on the y axis are located at (0, a ) and (0, - b ), where a > b >0. Find the electric field at the origin. [ Hint: Use the principle of superposition to simplify your calculation. You don’t need to calculate the electric fields of all the charges.] Fig. 1 2. An annular sheet of inner radius a , outer radius b , carries a uniform surface charge density σ (Fig. 2). Fig. 2 (a) Using the principle of superposition
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Unformatted text preview: and a double integral, find the electric field at a point P on the axis of the sheet. (b) Find the position along the axis at which the electric field is a maximum. Fig. 3 3. A semi-infinite rod carrying a uniform linear charge density λ + lies along the + x axis as shown in Fig. 3. (a) Find the electric field at a point P on the + y axis. (b) If a rod of length L , carrying linear charge density + , is placed along the + y axis with its lower end at a distance h from the origin, what is the electric force acting on the rod?...
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