Unit 01-2 Lecture 2 - Given - + Q − Q D D − + y + x A B...

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What is the direction of the net electric force acting on the particle with charge + q ? A. Æ . B. Å . C. Ç . D. È . E. None of the above directions. + + Q Q + q D D
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What is the direction of the electric field at point A? A. Æ . B. Å . C. Ç . D. È . E. None of the above directions. + Q Q D D + y + x A B C +
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What is the direction of the electric field at point B? A. Æ . B. Å . C. Ç . D. È . E. None of the above directions.
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Unformatted text preview: + Q − Q D D − + y + x A B C + What is the direction of the electric field at point C? A. Æ . B. Å . C. Ç . D. È . E. None of the above directions. + Q − Q D D − + y + x A B C + Which graph best describes the x-component E x of the electric field at points along the y-axis ( x = )? A. E x y B. E x y C. E x y D. E x y E. None of the above graphs is reasonable....
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Unit 01-2 Lecture 2 - Given - + Q − Q D D − + y + x A B...

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