What is point charge?
Asked by asangita999 | 1st Apr, 2020, 02:44: PM
A point charge is an electric charge. When the linear sizes of charged bodies are much smaller than the distance between them, their sizes may be ignored and the charged bodies are called point charges.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 1st Apr, 2020, 03:01: PM
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