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In a uniform electric field the potential is 10 V at the origin and 8 V at points (1,0,0)m,(0,1,0)m and (0,0,1)m.The potential at point (1,1,1)m will be

In a uniform electric field the potential is 10 V at the origin and 8 V at points (1,0,0)m,(0,1,0)m and (0,0,1)m.The potential at point (1,1,1)m will be

Grade:12th pass

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
From inetegearl,
dV/dr = k (let)
on integerating we get,
V = V’ + k(xi + yj + zk)at origin,
V = V’ = 10 volts.
And substituing for all three points and solving we get k = -2.
Hence, at (1,1,1) point,
=> 10 – 2*(1+1+1) => 4 volts.

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