A small electric dipole $\vec{p}_0$, having a moment of inertia $I$ about its center, is kept at a distance $r$ from the center of a spherical shell of radius $R$. The surface charge density $\sigma$ is uniformly distributed on the spherical shell. The dipole is initially oriented at a small angle $\theta$ as shown in the figure. While staying at a distance $r$, the dipole is free to rotate about its center.

If released from rest, then which of the following statement(s) is(are) correct?

[ $\varepsilon_0$ is the permittivity of free space.]

In the figure, the inner (shaded) region $A$ represents a sphere of radius $r_{A}=1$, within which the electrostatic charge density varies with the radial distance $r$ from the center as $\rho_{A}=k r$, where $k$ is positive. In the spherical shell $B$ of outer radius $r_{B}$, the electrostatic charge density varies as $\rho_{B}=$ $\frac{2 k}{r}$. Assume that dimensions are taken care of. All physical quantities are in their SI units.

Which of the following statement(s) is(are) correct?

$$ V(z)=\frac{\sigma}{2 \epsilon_{0}}\left(\sqrt{R^{2}+z^{2}}-z\right) . $$

A particle of positive charge $q$ is placed initially at rest at a point on the $z$ axis with $z=z_{0}$ and $z_{0}>0$. In addition to the Coulomb force, the particle experiences a vertical force $\vec{F}=-c \hat{k}$ with $c>0$. Let $\beta=\frac{2 c \epsilon_{0}}{q \sigma}$.

Which of the following statement(s) is(are) correct?

Six charges are placed around a regular hexagon of side length $a$ as shown in the figure. Five of them have charge $q$, and the remaining one has charge $x$. The perpendicular from each charge to the nearest hexagon side passes through the center 0 of the hexagon and is bisected by the side.

Which of the following statement(s) is(are) correct in SI units?