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# Thus the only component left is the de y de dx dq z x

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Thus, the only component left is the dE y . dE dx dq + + + + + + + + + + z x dE x dE y P θ Our solution to this problem is: ! E = 1 2 !" o # z ˆ j Note the linear dependence.

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Clicker Question 22C-2 A charged rod of length L and total charge q creates an electric field of strength E at a dot shown on the right. Which of the following actions will increase the increase the field strength at the position of the dot? A) Make the rod longer without changing the total charge. B) Make the rod fatter without changing the total charge. C) Remove the charge from the rod. D) Make the rod shorter without changing the total charge. E) Make the rod narrower without changing the total charge.

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For Next Time (FNT) Keep working on the homework for Chapter 21 Start reading Chapter 23
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• Spring '08
• schuller
• Physics, Electric charge, Fundamental physics concepts, Continuous distributions, dEy

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