Consider a very long (infinite) line, located at a distance d = 10 m above ground and charged with a uniform, line charge density distance lambda = 10^-7 C/m as shown in Figure 1. Assume there is no influence from the ground. (i) Calculate the electric field intensity everywhere in space. (ii) What is the magnitude of the electric field intensity at ground level, directly below the line? (iii) A second, identical line is now placed at a distance a = 2 m below the first line and is charged with a line charge density -lambda. Figure 2 shows the cross section diagram. Calculate the electric field intensity at a general observation point in space, as well as at ground level directly below the lines.
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