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You should verify this by looking at the field strength 3 or 4 meters away. Because of the sign of the charge, the field produced by a negative charge is directed opposite to that of a positive charge but the magnitude of the field is the same. Part F: Where is the magnitude of the electric field roughly equal to zero other than very far away from the charges?
Part G: Consider a point 0. What is the magnitude of the total electric field due to both charges at this location? This occurs because the horizontal components of the electric field due to each charge exactly cancel out add to zero. Only the vertical components of the fields add together.
Part H: The electric field at the midpoint is a directed to the left b zero c directed to the right SOLUTION: The electric field due to the positive charge is directed to the right, as is the electric field due to the negative charge. So the net electric field, which is the sum of these two fields, is also to the right.
Part I: Measure the strength of the electric field 0. So the field 1 m above the midpoint is roughly eight times weaker than at 0. The important lesson here is that, in general, a distribution of charges produces an electric field that is very different from that of a single charge. Part J: Measure the strength of the electric field 1 m directly above the middle as well as 2 m directly above. So the field 1 m above the midpoint is roughly half the strength at 0. Unknown July 18, at AM.
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Sample Learning Goals Determine the variables that affect the strength and direction of the electric field for a static arrangement of charges. Investigate the variables that affect the strength of the electrostatic potential voltage. Explain equipotential lines and compare them to the electric field lines.