In the figure the cone at theta = 45 degree has a voltage V with respect to the reference at...


In the figure the cone at {eq}\theta = 45 ^\circ {/eq} has a voltage V with respect to the reference at {eq}\theta = 30 ^\circ {/eq}. At {eq}r = 0.25\ m {/eq} and {eq}\theta = 30 ^\circ {/eq}, {eq}E = 2.30 \times 10^3 a_0\ \dfrac V m {/eq}. Determine the voltage difference V.


It can be defined as the capacity of the system that can be utilized when a charged particle-induced from an infinite point to a given point. In the parallel circuit, it remains the same throughout the process.

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Given Data:

  • The radius of a cone is, {eq}{r_1} = 0.25\;{\rm{m}} {/eq}
  • The electric field is, {eq}E = 2.30 \times {0^3}{a_0}\;{\rm{V/m}} {/eq}


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