(Solution) 1A) Find The Electric Potential At Point P In The Figure (Figure 1) . 1B) Suppose The Three Charges Shown In The Figure Are Held In Place. A Fourth... | Snapessays.com


(Solution) 1A) Find the electric potential at point P in the figure (Figure 1) . 1B) Suppose the three charges shown in the figure are held in place. A fourth...


1A) Find the electric potential at point P in the figure (Figure 1) .

 

1B) Suppose the three charges shown in the figure are held in place. A fourth charge, with a charge of +7.00?C and a mass of 5.00g , is released from rest at point P. What is the speed of the fourth charge when it has moved infinitely far away from the other three charges?

 

 

2A) An electron is moving east in a uniform electric field of 1.54N/C directed to the west. At point A, the velocity of the electron is 4.46×105m/s pointed toward the east. What is the speed of the electron when it reaches point B, which is a distance of 0.390m east of point A?

 

2B) A proton is moving in the uniform electric field of part A. At point A, the velocity of the proton is 1.95×104m/s , again pointed towards the east. What is the speed of the proton at point B?

 


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