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Homework Statement
Hey guys.
So I've got half a ball from 0 to point A as you can see in the pic and I need to calculate the potential of the ball at point A.
So what I did is to break it into disks.
I found the differential potential of a volume ring which is inside the disk at point A and now I need to sum it up.
I know that I need to take r from 0 to R, my problem is with x, what are its limits? I mean it keep changing from disk to disk.
I hope the problem is clear.
Thanks a lot.
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