You have a part time job in a research laboratory building equipment for experiments on the new space station. Because it is expensive to send heavy equipment into orbit, your group is investigating ideas for a lighter cathode ray tube. The design calls for an electron acceleration mechanism consisting of two equal radius parallel rings separated by twice their radius. Each ring is given an equal magnitude charge by a power supply. Electrons originate from a wire at the center of one of the rings and are accelerated along the axis between the centers of the two rings. To estimate the variation of the electron’s motion, you decide to calculate the ratio of the electron’s acceleration when it is at the center of one of the rings to its acceleration when it is midway between the two rings. Please, I need an answer for this!