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A uniform electric field of magnitude 75 n/c is created at an angle of 33 degree relative to the positive x-axis.
a)Find the voltage between the points (0.5m,0)& (0,0).
b)find the value of y such that the voltage between the points (0.3 m, y) and (0,0) has the same value as in part (a).
c) Plot all points (x,y) which are such that the voltage between (x,y) and (0,0) has the same value as part(a).

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  1. a) V=E.x or magnitudeE times x times cos33

    b)Same thing,but V=E.y which will be Ey sin33

    c. V is a scalar, so v(x,y) will equal v(x)+ v(y)

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