Consider a point charge q = 1.0 mu C, point A at distance d_1 = 2.0 m from q, and point B at distance d_2 = 1.0 m. If A and B are diametrically opposite each other, as in the above figure, what is the electric potential difference V_A – V_B? *assume 1/4 pi _0 = 8.99 times 10^9 N middot m^2/C^2 and 1 C = 1 times 10^6 mu C

78 3 - Consider a point charge q = 1.0 mu C, point A at distance d_1 = 2.0 m from q, and point B at distance d_2 = 1.0 m. If A and B are diametrically opposite each other, as in the above figure, what is the electric potential difference V_A - V_B? *assume 1/4 pi _0 = 8.99 times 10^9 N middot m^2/C^2 and 1 C = 1 times 10^6 mu C

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images - Consider a point charge q = 1.0 mu C, point A at distance d_1 = 2.0 m from q, and point B at distance d_2 = 1.0 m. If A and B are diametrically opposite each other, as in the above figure, what is the electric potential difference V_A - V_B? *assume 1/4 pi _0 = 8.99 times 10^9 N middot m^2/C^2 and 1 C = 1 times 10^6 mu C

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