Exam #2 Sample Problem

Exam #2 Sample Problem - Show your work D[6 points Find the...

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1. [35 points total] A non-conducting sphere of radius R has a volume charge density given by: ρ = Ar, where r is the distance from the center of the sphere. A. [8 points] Find the total charge contained in the sphere. Show your work. B. [6 points] Find the electric field due to the sphere at points r > R. Show your work. C. [8 points] Find the electric field due to the sphere at points r < R.
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Unformatted text preview: Show your work. D. [6 points] Find the potential of the surface of the sphere relative to V=0 infinitely far from the sphere. Show your work. E. [7 points] Find the potential at the center of the sphere sphere relative to V=0 infinitely far from the sphere. Show your work....
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