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 u so much.....that was so bad mistake of mine....thank u very much...

DeleteThank 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

ReplyDeleteThank you meri problem bhi vhi thi.

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