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Here, while doing with Integration results in different value. I will be glad if someone points out where i am wrong.
We have a triangular uniformly charged plate of charge density .
We take a point just above a vertex of the triangular plate at a distance perpendicular to the plane of the triangle. Let the vertical component of electric field at that point be in
Details and Assumptions:
2) The triangle is equilateral. By vertical component of electric field I mean electric field perpendicular to the plane of charge.
3) The plate is non conducting.
So By using Proportionality in triangle,
Now for electric field, We have,
We also know .
After solving, we get .
If I am wrong anywhere, Please help me correct it. Also the integral calculation can be a error.
Thanks for looking through my doubt.