Asked Dec 3, 2019

What is the voltage at the location of a 0.0001-coulomb charge that has an electric potential energy of 0.5 joules?


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Step 1


            Charge, q = 0.0001C

            Potential Energy, U = 0.5J

Step 2

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W U -0.5J


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