The electric field E at a position r (radius vector) due to a change of strength q located at a position ro (position vector) is given by,

Hence for this problem we have,

and,

## Monday, January 18, 2010

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how does that 2.7i and 3.6j came I can't get it. please help.

ReplyDeleteYou can see that |E| is in kilovolts per meter (kV/m) so you were probably getting (2697.63i-3596.83j) and that is correct but it is in volts per meter (V/m) so all you have to do is multiply that with 10^(-3)

DeleteHope i helped. :)

Thank you for your help. Yes my answer was coming in something like 4digits. Once again thank you.

ReplyDeleteHaha. My problem was also same. But I got it now. Thanku.

ReplyDeletethank you ,i too had it.

ReplyDeleteThanks...same problem

ReplyDeleteConsider system as two dipoles and force is antiparllel when on equatorial

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