1.own,pointsP,YMC-44C-4MCPz,igho erl JoЧлсlohtooko bloi ohoalo od w-2 32 X10%a 4 µC charge placed at P1?ort bogply wo3. For the charge configuration shown,Calculate the electric potential at the pointsP1, P2, and P3.P,YMC-4MCPz-4MCigho orImTugil oif no.cs olooy bloi ool-232 X107What would be the potential energy of a 4 µC charge placed at P1?nigHow much work would be done in moving the 4uC charge from P1 to P2? Would you have topush it out there or would it go all by itself if given the opportunity?1o soshoe lepod bluow dw,E bna Ip-093 J.

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points
P,
YMC
-44C
-4MC
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igho erl Jo
Члс
lohtook
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-2 32 X10%
a 4 µC charge placed at P1?
ort bogply
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1. own, points P, YMC -44C -4MC Pz, igho erl Jo Члс lohtook o bloi ohoalo od w -2 32 X10% a 4 µC charge placed at P1? ort bogply

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3. For the charge configuration shown,
Calculate the electric potential at the points
P1, P2, and P3.
P,
YMC
-4MC
Pz
-4MC
igho or
Im
Tugil oif no.c
s olooy bloi ool
-232 X107
What would be the potential energy of a 4 µC charge placed at P1?
nig
How much work would be done in moving the 4uC charge from P1 to P2? Would you have to
push it out there or would it go all by itself if given the opportunity?
1o soshoe lep
od bluow dw,E bna Ip
-093 J.
help_outline

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wo 3. For the charge configuration shown, Calculate the electric potential at the points P1, P2, and P3. P, YMC -4MC Pz -4MC igho or Im Tugil oif no.c s olooy bloi ool -232 X107 What would be the potential energy of a 4 µC charge placed at P1? nig How much work would be done in moving the 4uC charge from P1 to P2? Would you have to push it out there or would it go all by itself if given the opportunity? 1o soshoe lep od bluow dw,E bna Ip -093 J.

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The expression for electric potential due to a charge configuration

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Substitute the values for point P1

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Substitute the values for point P2

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