96. We imagine moving all the charges on the surface of the sphere to the center of the the sphere. Using Gauss’ law, we see that this would not change the electric field outsidethe sphere. The magnitude of the electric field Eof the uniformly charged sphere as a function of r, the distance from the center of the sphere, is thus given by
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