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SerCP11 16.2·P.014
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Three charges are situated at corners of a rectangle as in the figure below. How much energy would be expended in moving the 8.0 μC charge to infinity?
8.0 HC
6.0 cm
8.0 cm
4.0 uC
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9· -/1 points SerCP11 16.2·P.014 My Notes Ask Your Teacher Three charges are situated at corners of a rectangle as in the figure below. How much energy would be expended in moving the 8.0 μC charge to infinity? 8.0 HC 6.0 cm 8.0 cm 4.0 uC Need Help? ReadIt

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Energy expended in moving the charge from infinity is,

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The potential is given by,

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The energy expe...

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