I know that, in the center of a uniformly charged hollow sphere, the electric field strength E will be zero.
Exact question: If one penetrates a uniformly charged hollow sphere, then the electric field strength E
(c) remains the same as at the surface
(d) is zero at all points
Though I have tried a lot, I cannot understand it. I think if a uniformly charged hollow sphere is penetrated, there will be some electric field line in the center. Am I right or wrong? What is the answer of the above problem? Please, Explain the logic behind it.