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Posted by Ian on Monday, February 4, 2013 at 6:08am.

The electric field intensity at a point 2m from the surface of a uniformly charged conducting sphere is 1920 N/C. At a point 4m from its center, the electric field intensity is 3000 N/C.

a.) Determine the radius of the sphere. Determine the electric field intensity at a point:
(b.) 2m from its center,
(c.) 6m from its center, and
(d.) 4m from its surface.

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