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# A solid nonconducting sphere of radius R has a charge Q uniformly distributed throughout its volume. A Gaussian surface of radius r with r < R is used to calculate the magnitude of the electric field E at a distance r from the center of the sphere. Which of the following equations results from a correct application of Gauss’s law for this situation? And Why? 1. E (4 p r^2) = (Q r^3)/( epsilon sub0 * R3) 2. E(4pr^2)= (Q 3r^3)/ (epsilon sub0 * 4 p R) 3. E (4 p r^2) = (Q) / (epsilon sub0)

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