Chapter 23, Problem 032that is a function of radial distance r from the cylinder axis: ρ = AP. ForA long, nonconducting, solid cylinder of radius 4.5 cm has a nonuniform volume charge densityA 1.9 uC/m5, what is the magnitude of the electric field at (a)r 1.8 cm and (b)r- 6.3 cm(a) Number(b) NumberUnitsUnits

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Chapter 23, Problem 032
that is a function of radial distance r from the cylinder axis: ρ = AP. For
A long, nonconducting, solid cylinder of radius 4.5 cm has a nonuniform volume charge density
A 1.9 uC/m5, what is the magnitude of the electric field at (a)r 1.8 cm and (b)r- 6.3 cm
(a) Number
(b) Number
Units
Units
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Chapter 23, Problem 032 that is a function of radial distance r from the cylinder axis: ρ = AP. For A long, nonconducting, solid cylinder of radius 4.5 cm has a nonuniform volume charge density A 1.9 uC/m5, what is the magnitude of the electric field at (a)r 1.8 cm and (b)r- 6.3 cm (a) Number (b) Number Units Units

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Imagine a Gaussian cylinder with radius r and length L.

Gauss’s law is,

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Write the expression for Qenclosed. Note that the given point lies inside the solid cylinder.

Write the expression for volume charge density.

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Rewrite the expression for Qenclosed by substituting the above relation.

Rewrite the Gauss’s theorem by subs...

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