**It's velocity is not constant as direction is changing.**

We know, velocity is speed with direction, so if direction is changing, velocity can't be constant, doesn't matter that speed is constant.

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Using the formula: E = kQ / d² where E is the electric field, Q is the test charge in coulomb, and d is the distance.

E = kQ / d²

k = 9 x 10^9 N-m²/C²

Q = 6.4 x 10^-5 C

d = 2.5 x 10^-2 m

Substituting the given values to the equation, we have:

E = (9 x 10^9)(6.4 x 10^-5) / (2.5 x 10^-2) ²

Electric field at the test charge is 921600000 N/C

A infared light has a higher

**Answer:**

D) -Q

**Explanation:**

The charge inserted will induce -Q charge on the inner surface and + Q on the outer surface of the shell . This charge is called bound charge because it remained attached with opposite charge inserted inside.