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• # E. the work per unit quantity of electric charge. • # E. the net work needed to bring a charge from infinity to point P is zero. # The electrostatic potential as a function of distance along a certain line in space is shown in graph (1). Which of the curves in graph (2) is most likely to represent the electric field as a function of distance along the same line? # The electrostatic potential as a function of distance along a certain line in space is shown in graph (1). Which of the curves in graph (2) is most likely to represent the electric field as a function of distance along the same line? • # e. 2 and 4 • # E. 2 and 4 # Charges +Q and –Q are arranged at the corners of a square as shown. When the magnitude of the electric field E and the electric potential V are determined at P, the center of the square, we find that # Charges +Q and –Q are arranged at the corners of a square as shown. When the magnitude of the electric field E and the electric potential V are determined at P, the center of the square, we find that #  100 V.  100 V.  200 V.  200 V. E. zero # Q #  100 V.  100 V.  200 V.  200 V. E. zero # Q # 00V # c # 00V # c # . Use the reference point V = 0 as r  infinity. The
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# The figure depicts a uniform electric field. Along which direction is there no change in the electric potential? # The figure depicts a uniform electric field. Along which direction is there no change in the electric potential? # The figure depicts a uniform electric field. Along which direction is the increase in the electric potential a maximum? # The figure depicts a uniform electric field. Along which direction is the increase in the electric potential a maximum? # ˆ # If the potential V of an array of charges versus the distance from the charges is as shown in graph 1, which graph A, B, C, D, or E shows the electric field E as a function of distance r? # Which graph A, B, C, D, or E that best represents the electric potential of a uniformly charged spherical shell as a function of the distance from the center of the shell? # Which graph A, B, C, D, or E best represents the electric potential near an infinite plane of charge? # Which graph A, B, C, D, or E best represents the electric potential near an infinite plane of charge? #  B.
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• # D. 4 # Two charged metal spheres are connected by a wire. Sphere A is larger than sphere B, as shown. The magnitude of the electric potential of sphere A # Two charged metal spheres are connected by a wire. Sphere A is larger than sphere B, as shown. The magnitude of the electric potential of sphere A # r # Which of the curves on the graph represents the electrostatic potential energy of a small negative charge plotted as a function of its distance from a positive point charge? # The work required to bring a positively charged body from very far away is greatest for which point? # The electrostatic potential energy of a positively charged body is greatest at which point? # from infinity # R   # from infinity # R   • # E. zero from infinity
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