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Asked Sep 14, 2019

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Both problems require a volume charge integration of the given charge density functions. Technically, a volume integration is a triple integral. However, since the charge density is spherically symmetric, this reduces to a one-dimensional integration.

Step 1

a) Total charge is,

Step 2

b) Using Gauss law,

Step 3

c) Total char...

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