(Ill) Two equal but opposite charges are separated by a

Problem 26P Chapter 17

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Problem 26P

(Ill) Two equal but opposite charges are separated by a distance d. as shown in Fig. 17-41. Determine a formula for VBA =VB-VA for points B and A on the line between the charges situated as shown.

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The electric potential at point A is the sum of the electric potentials of each charge.

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The electric potential at point B is the sum of the electric potentials of each charge.

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