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50 Gauss’s Law P24.16 177 . p Cm 3 positive P24.46 (a) 248 nC m 2 ; (b) 496 nC m 2 P24.18 Qq 6 6 0 P24.48 (a) 256 . MN C radially inward; (b) 0 P24.50 (a) q a 4 2 π ; (b) b + 4 2 P24.20 28 2 . Nm C 2 P24.52 see the solution P24.22 q 24 0 P24.54 chw 2 2 P24.24 (a) 0; (b) 365 kN C ; (c) 146 . M NC ; (d) 649 kN C P24.56 see the solution P24.26 (a) 913 nC ; (b) 0 P24.58 (a) 400 . nC; (b) + 956 . nC ; (c) + n C and + 556 n C P24.28 486 . GN C away from the wall. It is constant close to the wall P24.60 (a, b) see the solution; (c) 1 2 2 3 ke mR e e ; P24.30 76 4 . kN C radially inward (d) 102 pm P24.32 350 k N P24.62 (a) 0; (b) σ 0 to the right; (c) 0 P24.34 (a) Qr a 3 0 3 ; (b) Q 0 ; (c) see the solution P24.64 see the solution P24.36 713 nC ; (b) 5 70 . C µ P24.66 0269 N m C 2 ; 2.38 pC P24.38 (a) 16 2 . MN C toward the filament;
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