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HW3 : CHAPTER 22, QUESTION 14 CHAPTER 23, QUESTIONS 6, 18 CHAPTER 24, QUESTIONS 6, 10 CHAPTER 25, QUESTIONS 8, 11 CHAPTER 22, PROBLEMS 6 CHAPTER 23, PROBLEMS 24, 29, 46 CHAPTER 24, PROBLEMS 15, 67 CHAPTER 25, PROBLEMS 7, 15, 36 QUESTIONS: Q22-14) In Fig. 22-24, two objects O1 and O2 have charges +1.0 m C and -2.0 m C, respectively, and a third object, O3, is electrically neutral. (a) What is the electric flux through the surface A1 that encloses all the three objects? (b) What is the electric flux through the surface A2 that encloses the third object only? Q23-6) If V = 0 at a point in space, must E = 0? If E = 0 at some point, must V = 0 at that point? Explain. Give examples for each. Q23-18) If the electric field E is uniform in a region, what can you infer about the electric potential V? If V is uniform in a region of space, what can you infer about E ? Q24-6) When a battery is connected to a capacitor, why do the two plates aquire charges of the same magnitude? Will this be true of the two conductors are different
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