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Unformatted text preview: 12/14/11 CH14-HW02-FALL2010 1/3 www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/last?dep=3173260 Current Score : 14 / 15 Due : Sunday, September 4 2011 11:59 PM EDT 1. 1/1 points | Previous Answers MI3 14.4.X.028 What is the electric field at a location = <-0.1 , -0.2 , 0> m, due to a particle with charge + 1 nC located at the origin? = N/C Solution or Explanation Start with a diagram. Then, you should use the following equation to find the electric field. Read the eBook Section 14.4 2. 5/6 points | Previous Answers MI3 14.4.P.041 You want to create an electric field = < 0, 4 10 4 ,0 > N/C at location < 0, 0, 0>. Where would you place a proton to produce this field at the origin? < 0 , -3.72e-6 -1.90e-07 , 0 , > m Instead of a proton, where would you place an electron to produce this field at the origin? < 0 , 1.9e-7 1.90e-07 , 0 , > m (Hint: This problem will be much easier if you draw a diagram.) Solution or Explanation Remember that the electric field of a positively charged object points away from the object, and...
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