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lecture_01_F2011 - page 2 Definition: The electric field at...

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Lecture 1 Chapter 20 page 1 Problem: Sum of two forces Two +10.0 nC charged particles are 2.0 cm apart on the x-axis. (a) What is the net force on a +1.0 nC charge midway between them? (b) What is the net force if the charged particle on the right is replaced by a - 10 nC charge? q 3 (+1.0 nC) 1 cm 1 cm q 1 (+10.0 nC) q 2 (+10.0 nC)
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Lecture 1 Chapter 20
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Unformatted text preview: page 2 Definition: The electric field at any point is the force per unit charge that would be experienced by a (very, very small) positive charge at that point: Test q F E = A force without one of the charges The test charge is always positive....
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