A rod lies along the X-axis with one end at the origin and the other at x→∞. It carries

A Rod Lies Along The Xaxis With One End At Physics Question

A rod lies along the X-axis with one end at the origin and the other at x→∞. It carries a uniform charge λCm⁻¹. The electric field at the point x=-a on the axis will be

Options

(a) E=λ/4πε₀a(-i ̂)
(b) E=λ/4πε₀a(i ̂)
(c) E=λ/2πε₀a(-i ̂)
(d) E=λ/2πε₀a(i ̂)

Correct Answer:

E=λ/2πε₀a(-i ̂)

Explanation:

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