1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A sphere of radius 8.0 cm carries a uniform volume charge density rho = 500*10^-9 C/m^3. What is the electric field at r = 3.0 cm? a.36.0 N/C b.230 N/C c.140 N/C d.565 N/C e.450 N/C 2. Relevant equations E = (k*Q*r)/(R^3), where R = sphere’s radius and r is distance inside sphere 3. The attempt at a solution V = (4/3)*pi*(0.08 m)^3 = 0.00214 m^3 Q = p*V = (500*10^-9 C/m^3)*(0.00214 m^3) = 1.07*10^-9 C E = (k*Q*r)/(R^3), where R = sphere’s radius and r is distance inside sphere E = (8.988*10^9)*(1.07*10^-9 C)/(0.03 m^2) = 564.7 N/C 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A large, flat conducting plate has a surface charge density sigma = 8.0*10^-9 C/m^2 on one of its surfaces. What is the magnitude of the electric field 10 µm from this plate? a.72 N/C b.0.23 kN/C c.0.90 kN/C d.90 MN/C e.9.0 1012 N/C 2. Relevant equations electric flux = Integral[E*A] = Q_enclosed/epsilon_0 3. The attempt at a solution E*A_plate = q/epsilon_0 E*A_plate = (sigma*A_plate)/(epsilon_0) E = sigma/epsilon_0 = (8.0*10^-9 C/m^2)/(8.85*10^-12) = 904 N/C Thanks.