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Asked Oct 25, 2019

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Step 1

In the diagram given below, *q’* is the image charge at distance *x* from the origin. Consider three points *P, Q* and *R* on the conductor as shown in the diagram.

Step 2

Find the potential at these three points *P,Q* and *R* and set that equal to zero(boundary condition must satisfy) and solve for distance *x*.

Step 3

Note that equation (2) and (3) are same, So, plug 0 for *Vp* and *VQ* in both the equat...

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