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# Therefore the field points radially outward outward

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Unformatted text preview: PLANE SPHERICAL CYLINDRICAL PLANAR “By having the sphere, it gives us By all perpendicular angles. Which is what we need.” what “The calculation is easier if the field The lines are perpendicualr to the object and surface area.” object “Does not fit into one of the known symmetries presented in the prelecture. “ P h y s ic s 2 1 2 Le c tu re 4 , S lid e 1 3 P re flig h t 6 BB 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 out in zero “The field points from the positively charged inner sphere to the The negatively charged outer sphere. Therefore the field points radially outward. “ outward. “The negative and positive spheres are attracted to each other so the The electric field points inward.” electric “The positive and negative charges will create a field of zero “ 30 P h y s ic s 2 1 2 Le c tu re 4 , S lid e 1 4 P re flig h t 4 BB 50 40 30 20 10 0 “The electric field is described by...
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