What is the E field in c < r < b?
Book say it is 0, but I don't agree
The Attempt at a Solution
Let me explain, the blue circles are is the circle with radius r in c < r < b
Clearly, there is a E field from the solid sphere that's sending off its E-field upon entering the shell of the the bigger sphere and combing with the charges on the surface of the hollow sphere and exiting with a charge of 2Q
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