# If a capacitor has opposite 5.2?C charges on the plates,

## Problem 38P Chapter 17

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If a capacitor has opposite 5.2μC charges on the plates, and an electric field of 2.0kV/mm is desired between the plates, what must each plate’s area be?

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Momentum, center of mass Tuesday, October 3, 201:55 PM Momentum denoted by p. It is a vector (m*v) The velocity of a body is the velocity of the center of mass of the object In order to calculate COM for 2 dimensions: - Find COM line for x - Find COM line for y - Use intersection as COM In order to calculate COM for 3 dimensions: - Find COM plane for...

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