  Chapter 22, Problem 024Your answer is partially correct. Try again.A thin nonconducting rod with a uniform distribution of positive charge Q is bent into a circle of radius R (see the figure). The central perpendicularaxis through the ring is a z axis, with the origin at the center of the ring. what is the magnitude of the electric field due to the rod at (a)2-0 and(b)2 = oo? (c) In terms of R, at what positive value ofz is that magnitude maximum? (d) If R = 2.30 cm and Q = 4.05 pC, what is the maximummagnitude?(a) NumberToUnits N/C or V/mUnitsT N/C or V/mUnits No units 1Units N/C or V/m(b) Numbe(c) Number(d) Number

Question help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseChapter 22, Problem 024 Your answer is partially correct. Try again. A thin nonconducting rod with a uniform distribution of positive charge Q is bent into a circle of radius R (see the figure). The central perpendicular axis through the ring is a z axis, with the origin at the center of the ring. what is the magnitude of the electric field due to the rod at (a)2-0 and (b)2 = oo? (c) In terms of R, at what positive value ofz is that magnitude maximum? (d) If R = 2.30 cm and Q = 4.05 pC, what is the maximum magnitude? (a) NumberTo Units N/C or V/m UnitsT N/C or V/m Units No units 1 Units N/C or V/m (b) Numbe (c) Number (d) Number fullscreen
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(a)The equation for the magnitude of electric field due to a circular ring of radius R along the perpendicular axis from the center at a distance z is given by

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(c)The derivative of the magnitude electric field with respect to z will be zero at the value of z where the magnitude is maximum. The condition to find the value of z where the magnitude will be maximum is given by

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