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The potential (in volts) of a charge distribution is given by V(z)=30−5z2V(z)=30−5z2 for |z|≤1m|z|≤1mV(z)=35−10|z|V(z)=35−10|z| for |z|≥1m|z|≥1m V(z)V(z) does not depend on x and y .If this potential is generated by a constant charge per unit volume ρ0,ρ0, (in units of ∈0∈0) which is spread over certain region ,then choose the correct statement

The potential (in volts) of a charge distribution is given by V(z)=30−5z2V(z)=30−5z2 for |z|≤1m|z|≤1mV(z)=35−10|z|V(z)=35−10|z| for |z|≥1m|z|≥1m V(z)V(z) does not depend on x and y .If this potential is generated by a constant charge per unit volume ρ0,ρ0, (in units of ∈0∈0) which is spread over certain region ,then choose the correct statement

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