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How do you find the Electric Field between two POSITIVELY charged plates?

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    sum the fields.

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    vectorialy.

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    |dw:1350196849285:dw|

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    top plate produce a field of sigma / (2*epsilon zero) pointing down... (-z direction) bottom plate produce a field of sigma / (2*epsilon zero) pointing up... (+z direction)

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    make sense?

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    yeah, but is there an overall electric field between the plates? how do I sum it up?

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