44CHAPTER 16 From Newton’s second law, yyFmgqEqEagmmmΣ−−===−+. Equating this to the earlier result gives 02yyvqEmt−=−+=, so the electric field strength is ( )0232s9.80 m s1.9510 N CyvmEgqt− =×()(6220.1m2.00 kg5.0010C4.10 s−=×Thus, )( )34maxmax20.6 m1.954.0210 V40.2 kVVyE∆=∆ =×=× =16.11(a) ( )( )922197-28.9910 N mC1.6010C1.4410V1.0010 mekqr−−×⋅×= ××V(b) ()21212198118.99C1.6010C0.020 0 m0.010 0 m7.1910VeeeVV Vkqrrrr−−=−=−=−=× ⋅×−×∆16.1212eqqVV V k=+=+where 10.60 m
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