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alphysicist said:What is the electric field contribution [itex]dE[/itex] from that charge [itex]dq[/itex] at the point you're interested in, in terms of [itex]\{r,\theta,\phi\}[/itex]? (Remember to use symmetry if you can to simplify it.)
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