Calculating the Potential Difference between Two Points

  • 1.

    Two charges are located in a downward-facing electric field of 8 V/m. If charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y=-3 {/eq} m, identify the potential difference from charge B to charge A.

    Answers:

    • -24 V

    • -2.4 V

    • 2.4 V

    • 24 V

  • 2.

    Two charges are located in a downward-facing electric field of 15 V/m. Determine the potential difference from charge A to charge B given that the charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y=-4 {/eq} m.

    Answers:

    • 60 V

    • -6 V

    • 6 V

    • -60 V

  • 3.

    Find the potential difference from charge B to charge A given that two charges are located in an upward-facing electric field of 12 V/m, charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y= 5 {/eq} m.

    Answers:

    • -60 V

    • -6 V

    • 60 V

    • 6 V

  • 4.

    Calculate the potential difference from charge A to charge B given that two charges are located in an upward-facing electric field of 11 V/m, charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y= 3 {/eq} m.

    Answers:

    • 33 V

    • -33V

    • -3.3 V

    • 3.3 V

  • 5.

    Suppose that two charges are located in an electric field facing to the right of 9 V/m. What is the potential difference from charge A to charge B if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}x=4 {/eq} m?

    Answers:

    • -36 V

    • -3.6 V

    • 36 V

    • 3.6 V

  • 6.

    Assume that two charges are located in an electric field facing to the right of 13 V/m. How much is the potential difference from charge A to charge B if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}x=6 {/eq} m?

    Answers:

    • 7.8 V

    • -78 V

    • 78 V

    • -7.8 V

  • 7.

    Given that two charges are located in an electric field facing to the left of 18 V/m, which of the following is the corresponding potential difference from charge B to charge A if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}x=-7 {/eq} m?

    Answers:

    • -126 V

    • -12.6 V

    • 126 V

    • 12.6 V

  • 8.

    With the two charges located in an electric field facing to the left of 14 V/m, which of the following is the correct potential difference from charge A to charge B if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}x=-6 {/eq} m?

    Answers:

    • -84 V

    • 84 V

    • 8.4 V

    • -8.4 V

  • 9.

    Solve for the potential difference from charge B to charge A wherein the two charges are located in a downward-facing electric field of 10 V/m, charge A is located at {eq}y= 1 {/eq} m. and charge B is located at {eq}y= -5 {/eq} m.

    Answers:

    • 50 V

    • 60 V

    • -50 V

    • -60 V

  • 10.

    Compute for the potential difference from charge A to charge B wherein the two charges are located in a downward-facing electric field of 10 V/m, charge A is located at {eq}y= -2 {/eq} m. and charge B is located at {eq}y= -4 {/eq} m.

    Answers:

    • -20 V

    • 40 V

    • 20 V

    • -40 V

  • 11.

    Two charges are located in an upward-facing electric field of 7 V/m. If charge A is located at {eq}y=2 {/eq} m, and charge B is located at {eq}y=8 {/eq} m, analyze for the potential difference from charge B to charge A.

    Answers:

    • 42 V

    • -42 V

    • 56 V

    • -56 V

  • 12.

    Two charges are located in an upward-facing electric field of 11 V/m. If charge A is located at {eq}y=1 {/eq} m, and charge B is located at {eq}y=5 {/eq} m, evaluate for the potential difference from charge A to charge B.

    Answers:

    • 44 V

    • -55 V

    • -44 V

    • 55 V

  • 13.

    Determine the potential difference from charge A to charge B given that two charges are located in an electric field of 15 V/m facing to the right, in which charge A is located at {eq}x= 3 {/eq} m. and charge B is located at {eq}x= 6 {/eq} m.

    Answers:

    • -45 V

    • -90 V

    • 45 V

    • 90 V

  • 14.

    Identify the potential difference from charge B to charge A given that two charges are located in an electric field of 18 V/m facing to the right, in which charge A is located at {eq}x=-1 {/eq} m. and charge B is located at {eq}x= 5 {/eq} m.

    Answers:

    • -108 V

    • 72 V

    • -72 V

    • 108 V

  • 15.

    Suppose that two charges are located in an electric field of 17 V/m facing to the left. Find the potential difference from charge B to charge A if charge A is located at {eq}x=-2 {/eq} m and charge B is located at {eq}x=-8 {/eq} m.

    Answers:

    • 102 V

    • 136 V

    • -102 V

    • -136 V

  • 16.

    Assume that the two charges are located in an electric field of 20 V/m facing to the left. Calculate the potential difference from charge A to charge B if charge A is located at {eq}x=-3 {/eq} m and charge B is located at {eq}x=-10 {/eq} m.

    Answers:

    • -140 V

    • 200 V

    • 140 V

    • -200 V

  • 17.

    Given that two charges are located in an electric field of 19 V/m facing downward, what is the potential difference from charge A to charge B if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y=-20 {/eq} dm?

    Answers:

    • 38 V

    • 380 V

    • -38 V

    • -380 V

  • 18.

    With the two charges located in an electric field of 15 V/m facing downward, how much is the potential difference from charge B to charge A if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y=-28 {/eq} dm?

    Answers:

    • 42 V

    • -420 V

    • -42 v

    • 420 V

  • 19.

    Which of the following corresponds to the potential difference from charge B to charge A wherein the two charges are located in an upward-facing electric field of 16 V/m, charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y= -25 {/eq} dm?

    Answers:

    • -400 V

    • 400 V

    • -40 V

    • 40 V

  • 20.

    Choose the correct potential difference of a point charge from A to B wherein the two charges are located in an upward-facing electric field of 9 V/m, charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y= -37 {/eq} dm.

    Answers:

    • 333 V

    • -33.3 V

    • 33.3 V

    • -333 V

  • 21.

    Two charges are located in an electric field of 7 V/m facing to the right. If charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}x=40 {/eq} dm, specify the potential difference from charge B to charge A.

    Answers:

    • -28 V

    • 28 V

    • 280 V

    • -280 V

  • 22.

    Two charges are located in an electric field of 18 V/m facing to the right. If charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}x=51 {/eq} dm, analyze for the potential difference from charge A to charge B.

    Answers:

    • 918 V

    • -91.8 V

    • 91.8 V

    • -918 V

  • 23.

    Evaluate for the potential difference from charge A to charge B given that two charges are located in an electric field of 25 V/m facing to the left, charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}x= -0.7 {/eq} dam.

    Answers:

    • 175 V

    • -175 V

    • 17.5 V

    • -17.5 V

  • 24.

    Assess which of the following choices is the correct potential difference from charge B to charge A, given that two charges are located in an electric field of 22 V/m facing to the left charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}x= -0.6 {/eq} dam.

    Answers:

    • -13.2 V

    • 13.2 V

    • -132 V

    • 132 V

  • 25.

    Suppose that two charges are located in a downward-facing electric field of 17 V/m. Determine the potential difference from charge B to charge A if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y=-0.8 {/eq} dam.

    Answers:

    • 13.6 V

    • -136 V

    • -13.6 V

    • 136 V

  • 26.

    Assume that two charges are located in a downward-facing electric field of 13 V/m. Identify the potential difference from charge A to charge B if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y=-1 {/eq} dam.

    Answers:

    • -130 V

    • 130 V

    • 13 V

    • -13 V

  • 27.

    Given that two charges are located in an electric field of 12 V/m facing upward, find the potential difference from charge A to charge B if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y=0.9 {/eq} dam.

    Answers:

    • 10.8 V

    • -108 V

    • -10.8 V

    • 108 V

  • 28.

    With the two charges located in an electric field of 14 V/m facing upward, calculate the potential difference from charge B to charge A if charge A is located at the origin and charge B is located at {eq}y=1.1 {/eq} dam.

    Answers:

    • -154 V

    • 15.4 V

    • -15.4 V

    • 154 V

  • 29.

    What is the potential difference from charge B to charge A wherein the two charges are located in a an electric field of 10 V/m facing to the left in which charge A is located at {eq}x= -0.2 {/eq} dam and charge B is located at {eq}x= -0.7 {/eq} dam?

    Answers:

    • -50 V

    • 50 V

    • 5 V

    • -5 V

  • 30.

    How much is the potential difference from charge A to charge B wherein the two charges are located in a an electric field of 19 V/m facing to the right, in which charge A is located at {eq}x= 0.1 {/eq} dam and charge B is located at {eq}x= 0.9 {/eq} dam?

    Answers:

    • -152 V

    • 15.2 V

    • 152 V

    • -15.2 V

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