As shown to the right, a +5 μC charge is placed inside a perfectly conducting closed shell. The conducting shell is also charged with an excess charge of +10 C For this situation, determine: i) The charge on the inner surface of the conducting shell. Sketch this charge distribution on the figure to the right. Your sketch should indicate the relative strength of the distribution over this surface. cm 4 marks)i) The charge on the outer surface of the conducting shell, (4 marks ) The electric flux through a sphere that encloses the entire shell, and (4 marks) v) The electric potential difference between points A and B.

image 131 - As shown to the right, a +5 μC charge is placed inside a perfectly conducting closed shell. The conducting shell is also charged with an excess charge of +10 C For this situation, determine: i) The charge on the inner surface of the conducting shell. Sketch this charge distribution on the figure to the right. Your sketch should indicate the relative strength of the distribution over this surface. cm 4 marks)i) The charge on the outer surface of the conducting shell, (4 marks ) The electric flux through a sphere that encloses the entire shell, and (4 marks) v) The electric potential difference between points A and B.

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images - As shown to the right, a +5 μC charge is placed inside a perfectly conducting closed shell. The conducting shell is also charged with an excess charge of +10 C For this situation, determine: i) The charge on the inner surface of the conducting shell. Sketch this charge distribution on the figure to the right. Your sketch should indicate the relative strength of the distribution over this surface. cm 4 marks)i) The charge on the outer surface of the conducting shell, (4 marks ) The electric flux through a sphere that encloses the entire shell, and (4 marks) v) The electric potential difference between points A and B.

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