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Two uniform plates have a uniform charge density of 10 Coulombs/m^{2}. The plates have dimensions of 0.6x0.6 m^{2}and are seperated by 2mm

a) The electric field (V/m) between the two plates is given by E=1.13x10^{11}Q/A where Q is the charge in Coulombs on one plate and A is the area in m^{2}. Evaluate the field.

b) What is the voltage between the two plates?

c) What is the charge on one plate?

2. Relevant equations

E=F/q

V=W/q=EL,

where L=distance,E=electric field, F=force, q=charge, V=voltage, W=work (J)

3. The attempt at a solution

This is really confusing me. There's so much information, I just don't know which info I can ignore. I think I got all the equations needed for this question though. Help pleaseeee.

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