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Callumnc1

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- Homework Statement:
- This is a more concise version of my 'Electric Field of a Uniform Ring of Charge' thread that I posted yesterday and made a typo.

- Relevant Equations:
- Continuous charge distribution formula

For this problem,

The solution is,

However, why have they not included limits of integration? I think this is because all the small charge elements dq across the ring add up to Q.

Many thanks!

The solution is,

However, why have they not included limits of integration? I think this is because all the small charge elements dq across the ring add up to Q.

**However, how would you solve this problem with limits of integration?**Many thanks!