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First, there is a positive point charge sitting in space which creates an electric field around it. Then, a large metal sphere with no net charge is a added some distance to the left of it. Does the addition of this sphere change the magnitude of the electric field at some points a and b which are in between these two objects?
So I know that the large metal sphere will now be polarized but I am not sure if this polarization will have a force on this these spots or if it will cancel out since one side is negative and one side is positive
So I know that the large metal sphere will now be polarized but I am not sure if this polarization will have a force on this these spots or if it will cancel out since one side is negative and one side is positive