1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A sphere of radius R has total charge Q. The volume charge density (C/m^3) within the sphere is ρ = ρ_0 (1 - r/R). This charge density decreases linearly from ρ_0 at the center to zero at the edge of sphere. a. Show that ρ_0 = 3Q/πR^3. b. Show that the electric field inside the sphere points radially outward with magnitude E = (Qr/4πε_0 R^3) (4 - 3 r/R). c. Find the electric field outside the sphere (r > R). 2. Relevant equations Volume of a Sphere: V = 4/3 πR^3. 3. The attempt at a solution I knew that ρ = Q/V and could make this equal to our given value of ρ to find ρ_0, but I was unable to get rid of the 4 in the denominator to find ρ_0.