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Two parallel plates are 4 cm apart and are at potentials 300v and -100v respectively. What is the potential at a distance 3cm from -100v plate

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We are asked to find potential at the point P

Potential ay any point is a scalar quantity

Potential at P = Potential due to the plate at 300V + Potential due to -100V plate

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