Problem: A positively charged rod is brought close to an uncharged conducting ball. What happens? A. Nothing since the ball is uncharged.B. The ball becomes negatively charged.C. The ball becomes positively charged.D. The side of the ball near the rod becomes negatively charged.E. The side of the ball near the rod becomes positively charged.

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A positively charged rod is brought close to an uncharged conducting ball. What happens? 

A. Nothing since the ball is uncharged.

B. The ball becomes negatively charged.

C. The ball becomes positively charged.

D. The side of the ball near the rod becomes negatively charged.

E. The side of the ball near the rod becomes positively charged.