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**Unformatted text preview: **Problems: 1) Four charges are arranged at equal distances ﬁ-om the origin of a coordinate system as shown in the diagram. The magnitude of each charge is q= 5x10'a C. The distance each charge has
ﬁ‘omtheoriginisa= 3mm. a) What is the magnitude and direction of the electric ﬁeld
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ﬁeld just above the surface of the Earth is about 150 NIC, directed downward a) What is the sign of the average charge on the
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sectional area shaped like a square with side length a. The second Wire’s cross sectional area is of circular shape with diameter d (The mass density of Copper is pa“ = 8.9 x 103 kg/m3, and the
resistivity is p = 1.68 it 10‘s rim). a) What is the side length a of the wire with square cross section? c) What is the diameter d of the wire with circular cross section? 74 ii) p! (“N «A (1&1th [1‘1 ”97+ q). 4:T(§J?=>E:2f§=- d) What is the resistance of the “circular" wire? 72,3 f— ... 0.01512 (in/Ms) )- e) Explain in your own words why the resistances you have calculated for the two wires in
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