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Posted by Anonymous on Monday, February 11, 2008 at 12:59am.

four particles with charges +5x10^-6C, +3x10^-6, +3x10^-6C, and +5x10^-6C are placed at the corners of a 2m x 2m square. (a)determine the electric potential at the center of the square, assuming zero potential at infinity. (answer:3.83x10^4V)(b) If one of the +3x10^-6C charges is replaced by a -4x10^-6C charge, what is the electric potential at the square's center? (answer: -6.36x10^3 V) Any help is appreciated.

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