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(multiple choice) Which describe the direction of the electric field outside a flat plastic sheet with uniform positive charge? (explain why that answer is correct) a. The field vectors points directly parallel to the surface. b. The field vectors points directly away from the surface. c. The field vectors points directly toward the surface.

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Which describe the direction of the electric field outside a flat plastic sheet with uniform positive charge? (explain why that answer is correct)

a. The field vectors points directly parallel to the surface.

b. The field vectors points directly away from the surface.

c. The field vectors points directly toward the surface.

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