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There is a positive point charge +q placed at point A(a,0,0) on the X-axis. An uncharged conducting sphere of radius R is placed with its center at origin O(0,0,0). Find electric potential at point P(r,0,0) on X-axis, where 0


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Just forgot to mention that the point P is inside the sphere.

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