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Unformatted text preview: estions (5 points each) Q1 – List and briefly describe the steps/elements of the scientific process/method. Q2 – How do we know charge exists? How do we know charge comes in two “flavors”? How do we know charges exert forces on one another? (Hint: the answer to all three questions is essentially the same.) Q3 – In the following figure, what is the direction of the net electric force on the middle charge? (Show how you got your answer.) r +q 3r +q Q4 – In words, state Gauss’ Law. What is it typically used for? +3q Q5 – In the following figure, where in the x- y plane is the net electric field zero? Where in the plane is the net electric potential equal to zero? Explain your answer briefly. y +q r +q x r Bonus Q (+5 pts.) – Name at least...
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