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n a thunderstorm, charge is separated through a complicated mechanism that is ultimately powered by the Sun. A simplified model of the charge in a thundercloud represents the positive charge accumulated at the top and the negative charge at the bottom as a pair of points charges. A. what is the magnitude and direction of the electric field produced by the two point charges at point P, which is just above the surface of the Earth? B. Thinking of the Earth as a conductor, what sign of charge would accumulate on the surface near point P?

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    I answered this one in your previous post. (same question)

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