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1481_9964_Potential.jpgA charge q is uniformly distributed along an insulating straight wire of length 2l as shown in fig. Find an expression for the electric potential at a point located a distance d  from the distribution along its perpendicular bisector.

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Potential=∫(from x=-l to x=l)(q/2l)/(4pik√(d^2+x^2))dx

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