# (II) Three point charges are arranged at the corners of a

## Problem 19P Chapter 17

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Problem 19P

(II) Three point charges are arranged at the corners of a square of side as shown in Fig. 17-39. What is the potential at the fourth corner (point A)?

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Three electric charges are placed at three corners of a square of side length L as in the figure. Each charge has electric potential at point A . We are going to find the total electric potential at point A.

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