Consider the arrangement of point charges described in Exercise (a) Derive an expression for the potential ?v at points on the ?y?-axis as a function of the coordinate y take ?v to be zero at an infinite distance from the charges. (b) At which position on the ?y?-axis is ?V = 0? (c) Graph ?V at points on the ?y?-axis as a function of ?y in the range from ?y = ?2?a to ?y = +2?a?. What does the answer to part (a) become when ?y > a?? Explain result is obtained. Exercise: A positive charge ?q is fixed at the point ?x = O, ?y = O, and a negative charge ?2?q is fixed at the point ?x = ?a?, ?y = O. a) Show the positions of the charges in a diagram. (b) Derive an expression for the potential V at points on the ?x?-axis as a function of the coordinate ?x?. Take ?V to be zero at an infinite distance from the charges. (c) At which positions on the ?x?-axis is ?V = O? (d) Graph ?V at points on the ?x?-axis as a function of ?x in the range from ?x = ?2?a to ?x = +2?a?. (e) What does the answer to part (b) become when ?x? ? a ? ?? Explain why this result is obtained.

ClemsonUniversity Fall 2016 HumanAnatomy andPhysiologyI Overview PowerPoint Slide 1: WhatisAnatomy and Physiology Slide 2: Anatomy “Anatomy” comesfromtheGreekword“anatome” Means“dissect” Slide 3: Definition of Anatomy Study ofstructureand therelationship amongstructures;study ofparts It is notabouthowthe partswork or do butis alookat what...