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I've posted one question here Please guide me. This question is related to electrical self energy from electrostatic but it was put on hold because it was a homework question. So I edited it following the same rules for editing questions as suggested but it is still on hold! Please help me.

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First, as of now, zero people have so far reviewed your edited question. It's not even been an hour. Patience.

Second, and more importantly: even in its present form (v3), your question is much more like "solve this problem for me" than like the type of conceptual homework-like questions we accept here. It's not clear whether you are having a mathematical question about relating the distance from a source charge with the radius of a sphere, or whether you are confused about the concept of electrical self-energy, or whether you are confused about the difference between a volume charge and a surface charge. Without knowing what your conceptual stumbling block is, the odds aren't good that an answerer would be able to guide you to a solution. In that case, it'd be appropriate for the question to remain closed.

Try re-reading the homework guidelines and reading some other questions on electrostatic self-energy to see the kinds of changes that would make your question answerable here. Good luck!

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you very much. $\endgroup$ – user155381 May 8 '17 at 6:25
  • $\begingroup$ As you suggested, I've edited my question. Is that edit correct? $\endgroup$ – user155381 May 8 '17 at 6:25
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    $\begingroup$ In v4, you've change the title, but not the substance of the question. I won't be able to respond to every edit; you'll have to read around and get a feeling for the site. If you are in a hurry, this may not be the place for you --- we are not a homework help site. $\endgroup$ – rob May 8 '17 at 6:30

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