# +442+24a+21+442

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The figure shows a rectangular array of charged particles fixed in place, with distance a = 33.7 cm and the charges shown as integer multiples of q1 = 3.32 pC and q2 = 7.25 pC. With V= 0 at infinity, what is the net electric potential at the rectangle's center?

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Step 1

The distance between each charge, a = 33.7 cm = 0.337 m

Charges shown in the array are multiples of, q1=3.32 pC = 3.32 x 10-12C and , q2=7.25 pC= 7.25 x 10-12C

We need to find the electric potential at the center of the rectangular array.

Step 2

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Step 3

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