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A negatively charged metallic ball is supported on a rigid insulated stand.We wish to measure the electric field E at a point P in the same horizontal level as that of the metallic ball. To do so we put a positive charge q and measure F/q. The electric field at the point P is a.) =F/q b.) c.) >F/q d.) none of these

A negatively charged metallic ball is supported on a rigid insulated stand.We wish to measure the electric field E at a point P in the same horizontal level as that of the metallic ball. To do so we put a positive charge q and measure F/q. The electric field at the point P is


a.)  =F/q


b.) 

c.)  >F/q


d.)  none of these

Grade:12

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Chetan Mandayam Nayakar
312 Points
11 years ago

because of induced charge on the sphere,electric field E< (F/q)

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