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    Charge density

    A hemisphere with radius 4 m has an azimuthally symmetric, vertically increasing charge density of 37 x 10 ^-4 Coulombs/m^3
    Find the total charge in the hemisphere.

    Having problems with integration by parts to name just one. Also, do this in Cartesian - tht is, needn't need about a cylindrical method...Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orendacl View Post
    A hemisphere with radius 4 m has an azimuthally symmetric, vertically increasing charge density of 37 x 10 ^-4 Coulombs/m^3
    Find the total charge in the hemisphere.

    Having problems with integration by parts to name just one. Also, do this in Cartesian - tht is, needn't need about a cylindrical method...Thank you.
    Is that it or have you missed something?

    CB
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