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# The negative plate is grounded (0 volts) and the voltage between the plates is 20 volts....

The negative plate is grounded (0 volts) and the voltage between the plates is 20

volts. The distance between the plates is 10cm.

a.Compute the magnitude (volts per meter) and direction of the electric field

between the plates

b.What is the voltage halfway between the two plates

c.If a charge of 15μC is placed between the plates, compute the magnitude and

direction of the resultant Coulomb force Kindly upvote:)

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