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Always remember in this case that the half of the total charges will be at the oute surface of the plates i.e = -q/2 so inside of first plate charge is = 5q/2 and inside of the second plate is -5q/2...
The nature of plot is same as the plot of the electric field due to the ring at its axis. You can see the similarity as in both cases the dist. d=from centre is same for all charges, the diff is just ...
Let say the shell carries q charge on it due to electrostatic induction the inner radii would have -Q charge on it and the outer one Q+q to make the charge densities equal qhich implies q = 3Q
let consider a segment on second wire of length l so the field caused by the other one is so the for force = charge * field = field * t2*l force per unit lengt = field *t2 =
It is not that we 'need' to use an infinite wire or plane. For example, I am sure there must be problems in the N.C.E.R.T. textbooks where you use a finite charged wire to calculate the electric...
On applying Work-Energy theorem which states that net work done by all conservative , non-conservative, internal, or external forces is equal to net change in kinetic energy.The forces present here...
Flux = E . A = charge/epsilon.. substituting the value of dimensional formula of every given term and then calculate its dimensional formula.
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ok so how do we take back what we said...
Technically, the correct answer is 'none of the above'. If you look up Earnshaw's theorem, you can find out why. However if the mass is constrained so it can't move sideways (e.g. it is a bead on a...
In y direcn. y = 0.5*(eE/m)*t^2 put the value of charge mass and given electric field inensity and get the reln. in y and t. Calculate t from: x = v*t 0.10 = 4*10^7*t and put it in y eqn. and the...
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