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1.2.2). find: a) the distance from A to B. Given three points. given points A(8. c) Calculate the length of the perimeter of triangle ABC. B(−2.2).−2. b) a unit vector directed from A towards B.− d) the coordinates of the point on the line connecting A to B at which the line intersects the plane z = 3.4. . c) a unit vector directed from the origin to the midpoint of the line AB.4) and B(−2. A(4. b) Give a unit vector extending from the origin to the midpoint of line AB.0.1): a) Specify the vector A extending from the origin to the point A. and C(7.

For the G field in Problem 1. Gz and |G| along the line y = 1.6. Two vector fields are F =−10ax+20x(y−1)ay and G = 2x2yax−4ay+zaz.−4). b) |G|. For the point P(2. d) a unit vector in the direction of F+G.8. 1. make sketches of Gx.3. Gy. find: a) |F|. . for 0 ≤ x ≤ 2.1. c) a unit vector in the direction of F−G.5. z = 1.

and D(−2.−4).8).1. 1. Use the definition of the dot product to find the interior angles at A and B of the triangle defined by the three points A(1.10. B(−2. c) the angle between RDA and RDC.−2). .−5.5).4.−2).−6). b) the vector projection of RAB +RBC on RDC. Given points A(10. B(16. C(8. determine: a) the vector projection of RAB +RBC on RAD.12.3.−2. and C(0.

0). b) |r×ax|=2.y. A(0. . a) Find a unit vector perpendicular (outward) to the face ABC.z). and C(√3/6. where r = (x. B(0. The four vertices of a regular tetrahedron are located at O(0.1. b) Find the area of the face ABC.1.0). 1.16.5√3.0.√2/3).5. Describe the surfaces defined by the equations: a) r·ax = 2.

z =− 2) that extends to B(ρ = 5.1.20. 1. c) a unit vector in cylindrical coordinates at B directed toward A. Express in cartesian components: a) the vector at A(ρ = 4. b) a vector in cylindrical coordinates at A directed toward B. b) a unit vector at B directed toward A. find: a) unit vector in cartesian coordinates at A toward B.z = 2).φ= 70◦.φ = 40◦.φ =−110◦.z= 1). . c) a unit vector at B directed toward the origin.φ=−30◦. Given points A(ρ = 5.z=− 3) and B(ρ = 2.18.

express the vector that extends from P to Q(2. A field is given in cylindrical coordinates as F =[(40) /(ρ2 +1)] +3(cosφ +sin φ)aρ +3(cosφ −sin φ)aφ −2az.4. ρ with φ = 0.22.0. φ with ρ = 3. 1. c) vs. b) vs.−1) in: a) rectangular coordinates. c) spherical coordinates.1. d) Show that each of these vectors has the same magnitude. At point P(−3. ρ with φ = 45.5). Sketch|F|: a) vs. . b) cylindrical coordinates.24.

1.φ = 70◦). a) Determine the cartesian components of the vector from A(r = 5.θ = 30◦.3).2π.2. c) If D = 5ar − 3aθ + 4aφ.θ= 0. b) Express ar in cartesian components at P.φ = 200◦) to B(r = 7. 1. b) Find the spherical components of the vector at P(2.−3.28.5). φ = 0. find D · aρ at M(1.θ = 110◦.2.8π). .26.4) extending to Q(−3. a) Determine an expression for ay in spherical coordinates at P(r = 4.

30. .2. while Q2 = 0. given C(r = 20.θ= 30◦.φ= 160◦). Find the locus of points in the z = 0 plane at which the x component of the force on a third positive charge is zero. find: a) |RAB|. c) the distance from A to C on a great circle path.8. Given A(r = 20.φ= 45◦) and B(r = 30.θ= 115◦.2 µC is atA(0.0).θ = 90◦.−0.6.φ = 45◦). b) |RAC|.1. A charge Q1 = 0.1 µC is located at the origin. 2.

6.0.8).8) while Q2 =− 5 µC is atP2(6.4. a) Find E at P(0. Point charges of 120 nC are located at A(0.0. 2.0). b) Find the coordinates of P3 if a charge Q3 experiences a total force F3 = 0 atP3.15.5.−1) in free space.5. b) What single charge at the origin would provide the identical field strength? .1) and B(0.2. Let Q1 = 8 µC be located at P1(2. the force on Q2. a) Find F2.0. Let = 0.

5) and P2(0.10. respectively. find E at P( Let = 0. Determine|E|at P(0. . assuming = 2.−0. Given point charges of−1 µC atP1(0.0) and (− Charges of 20 and -20 nC are located at (3.0).0). and a charge of 2 µC at the origin.1) in spherical components.

a) Determine the total charge present. 2. −π/2 < φ < π/2. b) Calculate the charge within the region 0 ≤ ρ ≤ 4. Let ρv = 5e−0. .2. all z.12. Calculate the total charge present.14.1ρ (π −|φ|) 1 z2 +10 µC/m3 in the region 0 ≤ ρ ≤ 10. −10 <z<10. and ρv = 0 elsewhere.−π<φ<π. The volume charge density ρv = ρ0e−|x|−|y|−|z| exists over all free space.

a) Find E at P(x.z).4). Uniform line charges of 0. b) Find E at Q(2.6 m respectively.4 µC/m and −0.1π contains the volume charge density of ρv = 10(r −4)(r −5)sin θ sin(φ/2).9π<φ<1. Let = 0. and 0.16. Outside the region. The region in which 4 <r<5.3.4 µC/m are located in the x = 0 plane at y =− 0.6 and y = 0.18.2. ρv = 0. . 0 <θ<25◦. Find the charge within the region. 2.0.

−1).2. find E at: a) PA(3.22. 2. Uniform line charges of 120 nC/m lie along the entire extent of the three coordinate axes.20. If = 0. . find E at P(−3.0). Assuming free space conditions. b) PB(0.2. A uniform surface charge density of 5nC/m2 is present in the region x = 0. and all z.−2 <y<2.3.0).0.

3nC/m2 is at y =− 0. 2. and (0. A uniform line charge density of 5nC/m is aty = 0. and−0.2 m. Surface charge density is positioned in free space as follows: 20nC/m2 at x =− 3.3nC/m2 is at y = 0. −30nC/m2 at y = 4. and 40nC/m2 at z = 2.−2).26. A uniform surface charge density of 0.2.0).−1).3. . Find |E| at the origin. while−5nC/m is located at y = 0. Find the magnitude of E at the three points. (−2. z =−2 m.2 m.5.24. (4. z = 2 m in free space.0.

−2.28.2. c) A sketch of the part a equation would yield a parabola. 2. c) a unit vector aN = (l. centered at the origin.5).1).30.−2). d) A sketch of the trace produced by the intersection of the surface of part b. b) the equation of the surface on which |E|=800 V/m.0) that is perpendicular to aE at Q.1. Given the electric field intensity E = 400yax +400xay V/m. whose axis is the positive x axis. b) a unit vector aE specifying the direction of E at Q(3. find: a) the equation of the streamline passing through the point A(2. and find: a) the equation of the streamline that passes through P(4.2.m. and for which the slopes of the asymptotes are±1. . Let E = 5x3 ax −15x2y ay.