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shinigami1m

  • 2 years ago

whats the direction of electric field on q

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  1. shinigami1m
    • 2 years ago
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    |dw:1329405754471:dw|

  2. shinigami1m
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    and... please tell methe rules too... D: the direction is confusing

  3. Mashy
    • 2 years ago
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    I don't understand those symbols :O

  4. ash2326
    • 2 years ago
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    shininigami electric field 's direction is away from a positive charge, and towards a negative charge.

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    |dw:1329406138267:dw|

  6. Mashy
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    this is the case if BOTH CHARGES ARE POSITIVE.. and their magnitudes almost same..

  7. shinigami1m
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    but my answer key says like this....

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    |dw:1329406244978:dw|

  9. ash2326
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    yeah, it's because we have to show only the horizontal field, all are positive, and if q2>q>q1, then this will be the answer

  10. shinigami1m
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    is it from left to right or it should be from largest to biggest??

  11. Mashy
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    sorry.. direction of electric field on Q? :D!!.. i just drew lines of force!!..

  12. ash2326
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    |dw:1329406488894:dw|see from a positive charge field should originate if there are two positive charges in a line, then charge will originate from both, here q2 and q1 are positive

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    |dw:1329406677857:dw|if q2> q1 => field due to q2 (E2) > field due to q1 (E1) so in between them, the fields are opposite effective field between them = E2- E1 int he direction shown

  15. shinigami1m
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    i think i;m getting this... hahah since q is only a test charge... i think i can deny its quantity

  16. Mashy
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    actually your question doesn't make sense.. direction of electric field ON q!??!?!? ..

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