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A Charged Spherical Shell and a Point Charge.

A spherical conducting shell of radius 1.21 [m], carries charge
4.10×10^{-6} [C], distributed uniformly over its surface.
At the center of the shell there is a point charge
3.90×10^{-9} [C].

Let P_{i} and P_{o} be points inside and outside
the spherical shell, respectively. The distance of P_{i}
from the point charge is 1.06 [m], whereas is P_{o} is 5.27
[m] away from the point charge.

Calculate the electrostatic potential at a P_{i} and
P_{o}.

The electrostatic inside the shell (at a P_{i}) is?

The electrostatic outside the shell (at a P_{o}) is
?

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