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1. Directions of the electric field are indicated on field lines. Why don't you have a direction indicated on the equipotential line?

1. Directions of the electric field are indicated on field lines. Why don't you have a direction indicated on the equipotential line?

2. Where is the location of the largest electric field on an equipotential plot (of a line and a sharp point)?

3. Does the silver paint on a conducting sheet form an equipotential? Why or why not?

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