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Two equal but opposite charges are separated by a distance d.

Determine a formula for VBA=VB−VA for points *B* and *A* on the line between the charges.

Express your answer in terms of the variables q, b, d, and appropriate constants.

Step 1

Consider the figure shown below.

Step 2

The electric potential at the point A is

Step 3

The electric potential a...

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