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How much is the potential difference between two points if 0.5 J of energy is required to move 0.4 C of charge between the two points?

Step 1

If *E *is the energy required to move a charge *Q *from one point to another point and if *V* is the potential difference between the two points, then the three parameters are related in the following way:

Step 2

From equation (1), the value of the potential difference *V* can be expressed as

Step 3

Now, as per the given information, the value of the char...

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