Q3. Calculate the total electric field produced at point P1(1, 1, 3) due to two point charges Q1 35nC and Q2 -5nC located at (0, 0, 0) and (0, 4, 0), respectively Q4 A cylindrical charge distribution has density of p(r) br Determine the total charge in the cylinder of height 2h and radius a. Q5. A charge distribution with density p exists between two spherical shells defined by radius a and b (b>a). No charge exists anywhere else. Determine the total charge enclosed between a and b Q6. Given a vector function E af by, evaluate the scalar line integral J E. dl from P1 (32, 4, -1) to P2 (8, 2, -1) a. Along the parabola x 2y b. Along the straight line joining the two points

8 2 - Q3. Calculate the total electric field produced at point P1(1, 1, 3) due to two point charges Q1 35nC and Q2 -5nC located at (0, 0, 0) and (0, 4, 0), respectively Q4 A cylindrical charge distribution has density of p(r) br Determine the total charge in the cylinder of height 2h and radius a. Q5. A charge distribution with density p exists between two spherical shells defined by radius a and b (b>a). No charge exists anywhere else. Determine the total charge enclosed between a and b Q6. Given a vector function E af by, evaluate the scalar line integral J E. dl from P1 (32, 4, -1) to P2 (8, 2, -1) a. Along the parabola x 2y b. Along the straight line joining the two points

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images - Q3. Calculate the total electric field produced at point P1(1, 1, 3) due to two point charges Q1 35nC and Q2 -5nC located at (0, 0, 0) and (0, 4, 0), respectively Q4 A cylindrical charge distribution has density of p(r) br Determine the total charge in the cylinder of height 2h and radius a. Q5. A charge distribution with density p exists between two spherical shells defined by radius a and b (b>a). No charge exists anywhere else. Determine the total charge enclosed between a and b Q6. Given a vector function E af by, evaluate the scalar line integral J E. dl from P1 (32, 4, -1) to P2 (8, 2, -1) a. Along the parabola x 2y b. Along the straight line joining the two points

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