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anonymous
 one year ago
A point charge Q is held at a distance r from the center of a dipole that consists of two charges ±q separated by a distance s. The dipole is initially oriented so that the charge Q is located in the plane that bisects the dipole. Assume that r≫s. Immediately after the dipole is released,
what is the magnitude of the force on the dipole?
In the space provided, enter the factor that multiplies 1ϵ0 in your answer. Express this factor in terms of q, Q, s, π, and r.
_______________________
what is the magnitude of the torque on the dipole?
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anonymous
 one year ago
A point charge Q is held at a distance r from the center of a dipole that consists of two charges ±q separated by a distance s. The dipole is initially oriented so that the charge Q is located in the plane that bisects the dipole. Assume that r≫s. Immediately after the dipole is released, what is the magnitude of the force on the dipole? In the space provided, enter the factor that multiplies 1ϵ0 in your answer. Express this factor in terms of q, Q, s, π, and r. _______________________ what is the magnitude of the torque on the dipole? ________________________________________

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