# Physics

Two charges each of 40 microcoulomb are placed at a distance of 0.4 M. calculate the potential at the midpoint. Dielectric constant of the medium is 2.

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1. wondering if the charges are the same sign at 40microColumb. There is zero electrical force at center, so zero potential.
If the charges are different signs, then https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmb6y2WZ06k

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bobpursley

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3. Two charges each of+40 microcolmb are placed at a distance ot. 4m calculate the potential at the mid point dielectric constant of the medium is 2

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