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Problem: A charged wire of negligible thickness has length 2L units and has a linear charge density lambda. Consider the electric field E-vector at the point P, a distance d above the midpoint of the wire. The field E-vector points along one of the primary axes, yWhat is the magnitude E of the electric field at point P? Throughout this part, express your answers in terms of the constant k, defined by

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A charged wire of negligible thickness has length 2L units and has a linear charge density lambda. Consider the electric field E-vector at the point P, a distance d above the midpoint of the wire. The field E-vector points along one of the primary axes, y

What is the magnitude E of the electric field at point P? Throughout this part, express your answers in terms of the constant k, defined by k=\frac{1}{4\pi\epsilon_0}

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