# Using the equation developed for the y-component of the field: (see image) Construct a graph showing the variation of the magnitude of the field along the y-axis, parallel to the direction of the dipole. Use a charge q= 1.00 nC and a charge separation d

**Isabella Harvard**

Â (Not rated)

Â (Not rated)

Using the equation developed for the y-component of the field: (see image)

Construct a graph showing the variation of the magnitude of the field along the y-axis, parallel to the direction of the dipole.

Use a charge q= 1.00 nC and a charge separation distance d=10.00 cm.

Show clearly the field variation for the following intervals: a) y<-d/2, b)-d/2<y<d/2 and c) d/2<y.

NOTE: You can make your graph in excel, or any other program.

- a month ago

**Answer**

NOT RATED

Purchase the answer to view it

- Physicssolution.pdf
- part1.docx