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# Solved: Why does the gravitational force between Earth and

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Problem 2RCQ

Problem 2RCQ

Why does the gravitational force between Earth and Moon predominate over electrical forces?

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PHYS 242 BLOCK 1, PART 2, NOTES Sections 22.2 to 22.5 Theelectric fΦExthrough a surface is related to the electricfield lines. Although we can draw as many electric field lines as we want to represent the electric field, the electric flux has a definite value. → Special case 1.If E is uniform (that is, constant in both magnitudflat surface of areaA is → N·m 2 perpendicular to E as shown in Fig. 2Φ.E= EA (in C ). Special case 2.If E is uniform over aflat surface of areaA, with an angleφ shΦwn=in Fig. 22.6b, then E EA⊥,whereA⊥= A cos φ. hatisΦE = EA cos φ . Usi

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