This post is from an earlier year, meaning the information here is likely outdated. You should look for a newer post from the current year to get the newest exercises and notes.
As Finn mentioned in today’s lecture, there has been some information missing from the oblig:
The side walls in the well are made of conducting material.
Some of you have already been able to deduce this from that on the side walls tells us they are in equipotential, and knowing that conductors are equipotentials, the walls are most likely conductors. However, it should have been explicitly stated that they are conducting, since this does not always have to be the case.
Good luck with the rest of the oblig, and remember to attend to the group sessions if you have any questions. If you don’t have the time to attend, you can of course contact us by e-mail or here on the web pages.