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Two very large parallel sheets are 5.00 cmcm apart. Sheet A carries a uniform surface charge density of -8.80 μC/m2μC/m2 , and sheet B, which is to the right of A, carries a uniform charge of -12.3 μC/m2μC/m2 . Assume the sheets are large enough to be treated as infinite.

a)Find the magnitude of the net electric field these sheets produce at a point 4.00 cmcm to the right of sheet A.

c)Find the magnitude of the net electric field these sheets produce at a point 4.00 cmcm to the left of sheet A.

e) Find the magnitude of the net electric field these sheets produce at a point 4.00 cmcm to the right of sheet B.

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