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For each of the questions 46-50, two of the suggested answers will be correct. Select the two answers that are best in each case, and then fill in both of the corresponding circles on the answer sheet. Two spheres are separated by a distance d. The first sphere has a known positive charge. The second sphere has a charge of a magnitude greater than the magnitude of the charge on the first sphere but unknown sign. Given this information, at which two of the above locations could a positive test charge potentially experience 0 netelectrical force? Select two answers.(A) A(B) B(C) C(D) D

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Hi in the given problem here there is a positive charge Cuban and another Unknown charge. You two means its nature is unknown. It may be positive or it may be negative. Then there are three observation points .8 outside Cuban won't see exactly in the middle. Want to be towards you. one means close to Cuban and point D. Close to cuba. And here we have to find the point at which charge a third point charge may experience zero electrostatic force. So using the expression for the force experienced by a charge when it is kept in an electric field that is given by the product of charge with the electric field. So for this force to be zero, necessarily electric field at that point should be zero. So actually we have to find the position of zero Electrical intensity due to this distribution of charged particles. A system of two charged particles. So There are two cases, guess one if you do is Positive and it is given that the magnitude of Q two is more than Cuban. This is given here in this problem. So if you do is more than Cuban, then Electric field will be zero at any point between them but not at sea because the magnitude of child vertical is not seen definitely. The electric fields will be opposite in direction at every point, but they will not be equal in magnitude at one C. Because the charges are different magnitude and this we are seeing using the expression for elective fields okay into cuba are square, so for them, middle point the R will be same but as the queue is different, so electrical will be different. So even after having the opposite direction they cannot be same in magnitude. So they will not be cancel each other. So electrically cannot be zero. Now ask you to is more So as the charges more so that the distance should also be more in order to have equal electrically. So as Q2 is more so to stand. So for observation point at which electricity zero, the stance of observation point from You two should be more means that is actually going to be there. The electric field maybe zero. So this is the first option at which dielectric field and hence the electrostatic force. Maybe zero. Now case too, if you do yes, negative in nature, then definitely electric field cannot be zero at any point between the charged particles. It will be zero at any wind outside that charge, which is smaller and magnitude. And such a point is point A. So another option for this given problem is a. Hence we can say here of options E and be are correct.

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