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76 Electric Potential P25.38 (a) 0; (b) kQ r e 2 radially outward P25.60 (a) 488 V ; (b) 7 81 10 17 . × J ; (c) 306 km s ; (d) 390 Gm s 2 toward the negative plate; (e) 651 10 16 . × N toward the negative plate; P25.40 (a) larger at A ; (b) 200 N C down; (f) 407 . kN C toward the negative plate (c) see the solution P25.62 (a) 142 . m m ; (b) 920 k Vm P25.42 0553 . R e P25.64 kq am e 2 12 3 F H G I K J P25.44 +− ++ L N M M M O Q P P P kL bL L L e α 2 42 22 ln ej P25.66 (a) E A = 0; E B r = F H G I K J 89 9 2 . V m radially outward; E C r =− F H G I K J 45 0 2 . V m radially outward; P25.46 2 πσ kx bx a e +− + L N M O Q P P25.48 156 10 12 . × electrons (b) V A = 150 V ; V r B + F H G I K J 450 89 9 . V; V r C F H G I K J 45 0 . V P25.50 (a) 135 kV ; (b) 225 . MV m away from the large sphere and 674 . MV m away from the small sphere P25.68 k aL aL b aab e λ ln + + L N M M M O Q P P P af 2 2 P25.52
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