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Electric Flux Density, Gausss Law, and Divergence
Solutions
1. Point charges of 15 nC each are symmetrically located at (4,4,0),
(4,-4,0), (-4,4,0) and (-4,-4,0), and a uniform line charge of 50
nC/m lies at x = 0, y = 8,
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Charge Distribution Problem Set Solution
1. A rectangular plate 4-cm by 6-cm has a uniform surface charge
density along the long dimension (x-direction) but a variable
surface charge density along the short dimension (y-di
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Coulombs Law Problem Set Solutions
1. Two point charges. Two identical point charges 1-m apart from
each other is free space are experiencing a repulsion force of 1-N
each. What is the magnitude of each charge?
Using Coulo
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Solutions to Exam I
February 26, 2014
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1. (20 points) The three (3) corners of a triangle are at P1 (0, 1, 2),
P2 (4, 1, 3), and P3 (6, 2, 5).
(a) (15 points) Determine whether P1 P2 P3 is a right triangle
using vector
CHAPTER 1:
VECTOR ANALYSIS
PROBLEM SET
with
ANSWERS
DUE: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
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1. If A and B are two arbitrary vectors, show that
|A B| |A|B|
which is the Cauchy-Schwarz Inequality. Justify.
2. Find the area of a circle in the xy-plane centered a
Matter
All matter (as far as it is known) consists of fundamental particles of which the most common
are:
1. proton (mp = 1.672 1027 kg)
2. neutron (mn = 1.674 1027 kg)
3. electron (me = 9.1083 1031 kg)
These are considered the basic constituents of ordin