In the attached picture is all of the information to complete this problem. The picture is of a solid sphere at the center of a hallow sphere, both of which are conductors.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The question asks to find the total charge of the exterior and interior surfaces of the hollow conductor, as well as the exterior surface of the solid conductor...

I've attempted using Gauss' Law in various ways, but nothing seems to work, and I'm unsure of how to calculate the net E-field to 15,000 N/C, as indicated in the picture. If someone could point me in the right direction it's be greatly appreciated! :]

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# Homework Help: Determining total charge on the surfaces of spherical conductors

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