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After one bee left a flower with a positive charge, that

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Problem 21.1

After one bee left a flower with a positive charge, that bee flew away and another bee with the same amount of positive charge flew close to the plant. Which diagram in Fig. P21.100 best represents the electric field lines between the bee and the flower?

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Chapter3:Vectors Principleofsuperposition Ifabodyissubjecttotwoormoreseparateinfluences,eachproviding acharacteristictypeofmotion,itrespondstoeachwithoutmodifyingits responsetotheother. Vectorquantitiesarethosethathavebothmagnitudeanddirection.They arenotcompletelyspecifieduntilboththemagnitude(howfar)andthe direction(degreesofwhere)aregiven.–displacement,velocity,force *thingsthatdonothaveadirectionandthingsthatare completely describedwithasignalnumberarecalledscalars Example:Temperature Vectorsaredenotedwithaletterthathasanarrowdrawnoverit.Thesame letterwithoutthearrowwillrepresentthemagnitudeofthevector. *anegativevectorisjustintheoppositedirection.

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Textbook: University Physics with Modern Physics (1)
Edition: 14
Author: Hugh D. Young Roger A. Freedman
ISBN: 9780321973610

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