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PH 223 29:1-3

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Richard Datwyler

on 7 November 2016

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Transcript of PH 223 29:1-3

The potential at the origin is -50 V , what is the potential at x=3.0m
100
200
1 2 3
E
This is a graph of V vs x
Draw corresponding graph of E vs x.
-50
50
1 2 3
The electric potential along the x-axis is V = 100 x V where x is in meters.
2
x
and at x = 2.0 m
What is E at x = 1.0 m
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