Problem: A conducting spherical shell carrying a charge -5 nC encloses a point charge +5 nC. What is the induced charge (qout) on the "outer" surface of the conducting shell?a. zerob. +5 nCc. -5 nCd. +10 nCe. -10 nC

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A conducting spherical shell carrying a charge -5 nC encloses a point charge +5 nC. What is the induced charge (qout) on the "outer" surface of the conducting shell?

a. zero

b. +5 nC

c. -5 nC

d. +10 nC

e. -10 nC

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