In the following right angle, AB = 2 m, and angle ACB is 63.43 Degree. A point charge of 2* 14 nC...

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In the following right angle, AB = 2 m, and angle ACB is 63.43 Degree. A point charge of 2* 14 nC is placed at point A and another point charge -3* 14 nC is placed at point C. Calculate the POTENTIAL at B.

Electric Potential:

The electric potential created by a point charge q at some point P that is a distance r away is given b the expression

$$V \ = \ k \ \frac{q}{r} $$

where k is the Coulomb constant. Note that the net electric potential at a point P due to a number of charges is the algebraic sum of the electric potentials due to each individual charge.

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Electric Potential:

The electric potential created by a point charge q at some point P that is a distance r away is given b the expression

$$V \ = \...

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