1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The problem shows a picture of a spherical conductor that is placed some distance away from a positive charge. It wants me to draw in how I think the charge will be distributed. 2. Relevant equations E=(KQq)/r^(2) 3. The attempt at a solution My original thoughts were that the negative charge would be on the side closest to the positive charge because opposite charges attact. But then I remembered that the E feild inside of a conductor is always zero. So then I figured that the positive charges would be on the side closest to the positive charge because the e feild of the charges on the right side of the sphere need to be facing the opposite direction as the e feild from the outside charge in order for the e feilds to cancel each other out inside the sphere. Is this right? It just throws me off a little bit because I know that opposite charges attract.