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Unformatted text preview: Quiz 3 Solutions Hi Everyone, Here are the quiz solutions followed by brief explanations of how to do the problem. If you need more detailed help, please do not hesitate to contact me ( jleonard@physics.ucs d.edu ). Jason 10 am Section (Section A) Version A Version B Version C Version D 1 E A D D 2 B D E A 3 E B A D 4 D E D B 5 C D E E 6 A A E C 11 am Section (Section B) Version A Version B Version C Version D 1 E D E B 2 D A C C 3 B A B E 4 A C D A 5 B A B A 6 A E B E Solution Explanations 1. Remember there is no electric field inside a conductor. Therefore, the entire conductor must be at the same potential. See definition of potential. 2. Use a cylindrical Gaussian surface centered on the coaxial cable. The electric field must be 0 inside a conductor, distribute the charges so that this is the case, i.e. q enc = 0. 3. The potential difference in a uniform field is just E*d where E is the component of the field parallel to the distance you are considering (in this case, the total E field is parallel to the...
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