An electric field E=(i^20+j^30)Nc exists in space.if the potential at the origin is 0 find the potential at (2m,2m)..Pls help!!!
Asked by | 24th May, 2012, 11:24: AM
Remember what the relationship is between electric field and electric potential. If you have a constant electric field, the potential is given by the negative of the electric field times the displacement, plus some constant number C. Since you have a 2D field in this case, you can treat each component individually (so v =-(e_x *x + e_y * y)+C).
Then, since you're given the value of the potential at the origin, that tells you what the value of C is that you should use.
Answered by | 2nd Jun, 2012, 10:22: AM
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