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Unformatted text preview: Problem 1: Consider a conducting sphere of radius R, charged to +Q. [20 points] Calculate electric field (magnitude and direction) for (a) r>R i ffififly (la? (b) F<R Calculate voltage (assuming V=0 at r=infinity) for (a) DR lb) KR Problem 2: Calculate the capacitance of a spherical capacitor, which is composed of two spheres (one inside another), with inner radius a and outer radius b. [16 points] K iii. b *’ If ”MM—JMM’W mm) :2; a! i3» 1» 57k, it \._ ii‘x p E a- i i“ is H éfim “ii [M iv w WMWM%%§ emw 3* i j V! 5131.3?‘ELK; Gk W ,. i a w is s a: a a ",5 :3 W a is WWW“, W i x, 4% f c i; s w x J E aNuwrwflSJUMvauAV/IAMMVAy 54 ' 3 ...
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