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# Write a rational equation that can be solved by first multiplying each side by 5(a + 2)

## Problem 38 Chapter 8.6

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Problem 38

Write a rational equation that can be solved by first multiplying each side by 5(a + 2).

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Lecture 7 Potential from a distribution of charges X V = 1 qi 4⇡✏0 ri §Smooth distribution 1 X qi 1 Z ⇢ V = = dV 4⇡✏0 i ri 4⇡✏ 0 r § of point charges is usually much simpler thanup calculating the electric field •It’s a scalar Electric Potential from Two Oppositely Charged Point Charges §The electric field lines from two...

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