mahmoud-medo Posts: 1, Reputation: 1 New Member #1 Apr 11, 2017, 01:52 PM
Electric potential, work and potential energy
In the figure point P is at a distance d1 = 3.95 m from particle 1 (q1 = -6e) and distance d2 = 2.08 m from particle 2 (q2 = +6e), with both particles fixed in place. (a) WithV =0 at infinity, what is V at P? If we bring a particle of charge q3 = +6e from infinity to P, (b) how much work do we do and (c) what is the potential energy of the three-particle system?

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