UCF PHY2054 Post Lab - Unit 04Relating Field to Equipotential LinesConsider this field to be an electric field produced by a negatively chargedsphere. Recall that an equipotential line consists of points that all have thesame potential. So, when a charge moves along an equipotential line, it neithergains nor loses potential energy.Draw the equipotential line through point G, making sure it contains all1.points on the page that have the same potential as G. Explain yourreasoning.Draw the equipotential line through point H.2.Censidelectric foldINIAPINVICTORIAS S

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UCF PHY2054 Post Lab - Unit 04
Relating Field to Equipotential Lines
Consider this field to be an electric field produced by a negatively charged
sphere. Recall that an equipotential line consists of points that all have the
same potential. So, when a charge moves along an equipotential line, it neither
gains nor loses potential energy.
Draw the equipotential line through point G, making sure it contains all
1.
points on the page that have the same potential as G. Explain your
reasoning.
Draw the equipotential line through point H.
2.
Censide
lectric fold
INIA
PIN
VICTORIAS S
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UCF PHY2054 Post Lab - Unit 04 Relating Field to Equipotential Lines Consider this field to be an electric field produced by a negatively charged sphere. Recall that an equipotential line consists of points that all have the same potential. So, when a charge moves along an equipotential line, it neither gains nor loses potential energy. Draw the equipotential line through point G, making sure it contains all 1. points on the page that have the same potential as G. Explain your reasoning. Draw the equipotential line through point H. 2. Censide lectric fold INIA PIN VICTORIAS S

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