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3) A very long uniform line of charge has charge per unit length (lambda)1 = 4.72 (Mu)C/m and lies along the x-axis. A second long uniform line of charge has charge per unit length (lambda)2 = -2.42 (Mu)C/m and is parallel to the x-axis at y1 = 0.400 m .

Part A What is the magnitude of the net electric field at point y2 = 0.200 m on the y-axis?

Part C What is the magnitude of the net electric field at point y3 = 0.600 m on the y-axis?

Answer #1

A very long uniform line of charge has charge per unit length
3.80 µC/m and lies along the x-axis. A second long uniform
line of charge has charge -2.00 µC/m per unit length and is
parallel to the x-axis at y = 0.400 m. What is
the net electric field (magnitude and direction) at the following
points on the y-axis?
(a) y = 0.200 m
(b) y = 0.600 m

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point charge of 0.6 mu or micro CC is located at x = 2.0 m, y = 3.0
m. Find the x component of the electric field at x = 3.0 m, y = 2.5
m. Answer in kN/C

Two infinitely long parallel wires have a uniform charge per
unit length lambda and -lambda respectively. The wires are parallel
with the z axis. The positively charged wire intersects the x axis
at x = -a. and the negatively charged wire intersects the ,r axis
at ,r = +a. (a) Choose the origin as the reference point where the
potential is zero, and express the potential at an arbitrary point
(x. y) in the xy plane in terms of .v,...

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A uniform line charge of linear charge density lambda = 4.3 nC/m
extends from x = 0 to x = 5 m.
a. Find the electric field on the x axis at x
= 6 m. (N/C)
b. Find the electric field on the x axis at x
= 280 m. (N/C)
c. Find the field at x = 280 m, using
the approximation that the charge is a point charge at the origin.
(N/C)...

An infinite line charge of uniform linear charge density lambda
= -2.7 microC/m lies parallel to the y
axis at x = 0 m. A point charge of
3.5 microC is located at x =
1.0 m, y = 2.0 m.
Find the x component of the electric field at
x = 2.0 m, y =
1.5 m.

A straight line segment has a length L that carries a uniform
line charge lambda which extends from z = 0 to z = L.
A) Calculate the potential a distance z from the origin. Assume
that z > L.
B) Calculate the electric field from the potential.
C) Show that the electric field from the line charge falls off
essentially as a point charge (so 1/z^2) as z gets large and a
charge of lambda*L in the z-direction using...

Consider an infinitely long line of charge having uniform charge
per unit length 5.4 µC/m. Determine the total electric flux through
a closed right circular cylinder of length 1.7 m and radius 80 m
that is parallel to the line charge, if the distance between the
axis of the cylinder and the line of charge is 10 m. The
permittivity of free space is 8.8542 × 10−12 C 2 /N · m2 . Answer
in units of N · m2...

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charge per unit length λ = 453 pC/m is coaxial with a long,
cylindrical, non-conducting shell of inner and outer radii R2 =
11.9 cm and R3 = 13.6 cm, respectively. If the cylindrical shell
carries a uniform charge density of ρ = 40.5 pC/m3, find the
magnitude of the electric field at the following radial distances
from the central axis:
R1 = 2.58 cm
R2 = 7.65...

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A thin rod of length l and uniform charge per unit
length λ lies along the x axis as shown figure. (a) Show that the
electric field at point P, a distance y from the rod, along the
perpendicular bisector has no x component and is given by
E=(2kλsinθ0)/y. (b) Using your result to (a), show that the field
of a rod of infinite length is given by E=2kλ/y.

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