1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A long, thin straight wire with linear charge density \lambda runs down the center of a thin, hollow metal cylinder of radius R. The cylinder has a net linear charge density 2(\lambda). Assume \lambda is positive. Find expressions for the magnitude of the electric field strength outside the cylinder, r > R. 2. Relevant equations q1=\lambda q2=2(\lambda) 3. The attempt at a solution Enet = E_line + E_cylinder Eline = 1/4(\pi)(\epsilon_0) * ((2(\lambda))/r) Ecylinder = ? Having trouble determining the field of the cylinder, and how that effects the overall field based on a gaussian surface. Any tips come to mind?