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The electric field due to a uniformly charged sphere is maximum at :

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outer surface..i guess
u guess?
see electric field is indirectly proportional to the square of distance..and at the centre its id say ki hona to surface pr hi chahiyen..but lemme confirm again

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see this question is a bit the E falls 1/r^2..the maximum strength would lie either inside the sphere or on the would depend upon the range given to you for the value of R
there r 4 options centre of sphere inside the surface at the surface at infinite distance from the centre
go for inside the surface..the lesser distance the better
once you move out of the sphere the sphere behaves like a point charge.- E=k*q/r2-so r=R at the surface maximum field strength... but if r->infinity then E=0.think so...

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