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Total Force

  1. Feb 3, 2007 #1


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    A container with radius R and height l contains n particles. If all particles in the container are equally distanced from each others by a distance and the force from each particles to the point A is f = K/ d^2 (K=constant and AB = d), please find the total force from all particles to the point A using integration (h = constant).

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