Which equation is used to calculate the electric potential in an electric field from a point charge? V = kq over d squared V = kq over d V

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Which equation is used to calculate the electric potential in an electric field from a point charge? V = kq over d squared V = kq over d V =delta U over q V = delta U over E

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RI SƠ 3 months 2021-07-25T17:36:49+00:00 2 Answers 6 views 0

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    2021-07-25T17:37:53+00:00

    Answer:

    The answer is V =delta U over q

    Explanation:

    Electric potential is defined as the magnitude of the electric field through the potential energy that a charge would have if placed at that point. Mathematically, the potential is defined with the following expression:

    V=\frac{E_{p} }{q}

    where:

    V is the electric potential. Its unit is Julius by Coulomb (J/C).

    Ep is the electric potential energy that has a charge

    q is the charge

    In the question Ep = ΔU

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    2021-07-25T17:38:14+00:00

    Answer:

    The answer is V=kq/d

    Explanation:

    The electrostatic potential is defined in terms of work done in taking a unit positive charge from infinity to the point in question.

    V=kq/d

    Where d= distance from infinity to the point in question

    k= constant of proportionality

    q= attracting charge

    The electric potential is measured in volts

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