# Physics

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Two point charges q1 = +5.6 10-8 C and q2 = -5.7 10-8 C.

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q1----A----------B

from the q2 to A is 10cm
from the q1 to A is 5cm
from A to B is 10 cm

(a) Find the potential at A.
(b) Find the potential at B.
(c) Find the potential difference.

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