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SET

1. A
cube
2
m
on
a
side
is
located
in
the
first
octant
in
a
Cartesian
coordinate
system,
with
one
of
its

corners
at
the
origin.
Find
the
total
charge
contained
in
the
cube
if
the
charge
density
is
given
by
v
=

xy2e-2z
mC/m3.

2. Find
the
total
charge
contained
in
a
cone
defined
by
r
2m
and
0
/4,
given
that
v
=
10r2cos2

mC/m3.

3. A
square
with
sides
2
m
each
has
a
charge
of
40
C
at
each
of
its
four
corners.
Determine
the
electric

field
at
a
point
5
m
above
the
center
of
the
square.

4. Three
point
charges,
each
with
Q
=
3
nC,
are
located
at
the
corners
of
a
triangle
in
the
xy-plane,
with

one
corner
at
the
origin,
another
at
(2
cm,
0,
0),
and
the
third
at
(0,
2
cm,
0).
Find
the
force
acting
on

the
charge
located
at
the
origin.

5. Charge
Q1
=
6C
is
located
at
(1cm,
1cm,
0)
and
charge
Q2
is
located
at
(0,
0,
4cm).
What
should
Q2
be

so
that
E
at
(0,
2cm,
0)
has
no
y-component?

6. Electric
charge
is
distributed
along
an
arc
located
in
the
xy-plane
and
defined
by
=
2cm
and
0

/4.
If
L
=
5
C/m,
find
E
at
(0,
0,
z)
and
then
evaluate
it
at
the
origin.

7. Three
infinite
lines
of
charge,
L1
=
3
nC/m,
L2
=
-3
nC/m,
and
L3
=
3
nC/m,
are
all
parallel
to
the
z-

axis.
If
they
pass
through
the
respective
points
(0,
-b),
(0,
0),
and
(0,
b)
in
the
xy-plane,
find
the

electric
field
at
(a,
0,
0).
Evaluate
your
result
for
a
=
2
cm
and
b
=
1
cm.

8. Given
the
electric
flux
density
D
=
xy3z3ax
C/m2,
determine
the
total
charge
Q
enclosed
in
a
cube
2
m

on
a
side,
located
in
the
first
octant
with
three
of
its
sides
coincident
with
the
x-,
y-,
and
z-axes
and

one
of
its
corners
at
the
origin.

9. An
infinitely
long
line
of
charge
with
uniform
density
L
=
9
nC/m
lies
in
the
xy-plane
parallel
to
the

y-axis
at
x
=
2
m.
Find
the
potential
VAB
at
point
A(3
m,
0,
4
m)
in
Cartesian
coordinates
with
respect

to
point
B(0,
0,
0).

10. An
electron
with
charge
Qe
=
-1.6
x
10-19
C
and
mass
me
=
9.1
x
10-31
kg
is
injected
at
a
point
adjacent

to
the
negatively
charged
plate
in
the
region
between
the
plates
of
an
air-filled
parallel-plate

capacitor
with
separation
of
1
cm
and
rectangular
plates
each
10
cm2
in
area.
If
the
voltage
across

the
capacitor
is
10
V,
find
the
time
it
takes
the
electron
to
reach
the
positively
charged
plate,

assuming
that
is
starts
from
rest.

11. Four
5
nC
positive
charge
are
located
in
the
z
=
0
plane
at
the
corners
of
a
square
8
mm
on
a
side.
A

fifth
5
nC
positive
charge
is
located
at
a
point
8
mm
distant
from
each
of
the
other
charge.
Determine

the
magnitude
of
the
total
force
on
the
fifth
charge.

12. Let
a
point
charge
25
nC
be
located
at
P1(4,
-2,
7)
and
a
charge
60
nC
be
at
P2(-3,
4,
-2).
Determine
the

point
at
the
y-axis
when
Ex
=
0.

13. The
volume
charge
density
v
=
oe-|x|-|y|-|z|
exist
over
all
free
space.
Find
the
total
charge
present.

14. Let
D
=
4xyax
+
2(x2
+
z2)ay
+
4yzaz
C/m2.
Find
the
total
charge
enclosed
in
the
rectangular

parallelepiped
0
<
x
<
2
m,
0
<
y
<
3
m,
0
<
z
<
5
m.

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