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the MCD physics building.

No late assignment will be accepted.

25% will be deducted if your assignment is not stapled or neatly bound. Sorry about this rule, but we’ve

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1. Charges exist on the loop shown below. This loop consists of a straight line

on the x-axis from -a to +a with linear charge density given by 𝝆𝒍 = 𝒌|𝒙|/𝒂

and also a semicircular arc of radius a with linear charge density given by

𝝆𝒍 = 𝒌 . The loop is in the xy plane, and k and a are positive constants.

a) Find the electrostatic potential V(z) on the Z axis. (Let 𝑽(∞) = 𝟎)

b) Find the z-component of the electric field on the negative z-axis.

c) From the geometry of the problem, you probably noticed that the total

electric field should have a y-component as well. For an arbitrary point on the z-axis, can you also

determine Ey from the answer in part (a)? Answer why or why not in one clear sentence.

concentric metal tube of inner radius c. The space between the central wire and

the tube is partially filled (from b out to c) with an insulator of dielectric

constant ε. Find the capacitance per unit length of this cable. [a < b < c]

𝟏𝟖 𝑽

3. If the electric field ⃗𝑬 = 𝒓𝟐 𝒓̂ (𝒎), what is the electric potential at point A with respect to point B where A is at

+2 m and B at -4 m, both on the z-axis?

4. The interface between two regions is defined by the line equation 𝟐𝒚 − 𝒙 + 𝟒 = 𝟎 and has no accumulated

charge. This plane is parallel to the z-axis. The origin (0,0,0) is in region 1, which consists of air (εo). Region

⃗ 𝟏 = 𝟐𝒙

2 is an insulator with the dielectric constant ε=3 εo. If the electric field in region 1 is equal to 𝑬 ̂−

̂ + 𝟑𝒛̂ (V/m), what is the electric field in region 2, ⃗⃗⃗⃗

𝟓𝒚 𝑬𝟐 ?

𝒃, where k is a constant. Find the potential at the centre using infinity as your

reference point. [There are two ways to solve this problem. One involves determining

the electric field everywhere in space using Gauss’ law and then calculating Δ𝑉 by

integrating from the reference point – infinity – to the centre. The second method is

to calculate V directly using the integrals we derived in class. You can use the method

of your choice, although I recommend using the first method as it is more intuitive in

my opinion.]

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