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FIGURE 23-10 +160V +lOOV +40V OV A B c \ D -40V -IOOV -160V E F G 6) The equipotential surfaces between two spherical conductors are shown in Fig. 23-10, with the value of the potential marked for each line. What is the potential difference between points A and G'AI_'WV/m ' , ~~ac, ~~~~V _~ ~l~V -V E) None of the other choices IS correct. V Q q r Va' j ~ J ~(I&D)-(- 1G,6) ==- 201/ 7) Two electric charges QA = + 1.0 f-lCand QB = - 2.0 IlC are located 0.1'i0m apart Ho mu is needed to move the charges apart and dduble the distance between them? , A) +1.8 xlO- 3 J ~ , B) +3.6 x 10- 3 J W -: J- :jQ 0 Q J Cl O L1 I ~ ~ -3.6 x 10- 3 J .1l' i II r t:D" 1.8 xlO- 3 J ~ 1\z~ lLtlfl-d fl =---L. (0£-6";(-26 ~( P iD \4<1[0 I ~dJ:r= :-}~ 0 -3,0E'-2 H 6) 7) E - (· 3 f' ~Q ~o..:o 0(.nG9XIE-~X-2 £:7~) =- Vll;O-~ 2
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12) In Fig. 26- 14:h",~rrents II and 12are equal to 0.13 A and 2.22 A respectively. What is the potential differen eVa - Vb? 12) Co FIGURE 26-31 -1~ -]1- N-- \J~"1 R ~. Ii: 4Q l - ':L.:. ..5:- 1,,3~ lZ to "L .3 V + '~3ts -"1 a Q"d, - --r~ Q!:l 5V 2V 30 V-a - Vb ~S-G,1{D] tl1 '=-O.l3-A I 12 -e, 2,1.?ft bt A)-3V B)5.0V @-1.7V D)2.4V E)O 13) /~iS placed in an electric field of intensity 700 N/C. What is the magnitude
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