1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A capacitor is constructed of two long concentric metal cylinders, each having length of 1.0 meters. The inner cylinder has a radius R1 = 1.0 cm, and the outer cylinder has a radius R2 = 1.25 cm. The hollow space between the two cylinders is filled with nylon having a dielectric constant of 4.0. A charge of Q =5 nC is transferred from the inner cylinder to the outer shell. (a) Find the field between the two using Gauss's law, and use the computer to make a graph of the magnitude of the electric field E(r) from r = 0.5 cm to r = 1.5 cm. 2. Relevant equations E = q/εA 3. The attempt at a solution The field on the inner cylinder would be E = 8990 N/C and the field on the outer cylinder would be 7190 N/C. I am confused though because it is asking for an electric field between the plates. Do they just want an equation for the field based on r? For the graph part I assume they want an equation, but when r < 1 or r > 1.25 the field would be zero right? I just don't totally understand the question, so any input regarding what you think my professor wants would be appreciated. I am also assuming the cylinders have no top or bottom.