Question what is the electric potential at a point in space if a charge of 7.3x 10^-17 coulombs at that point has a potential energy of 6.4

Answer: V = 0.87 volt Explanation: Given that, Charge, [tex]q=7.3\times 10^{-17}\ C[/tex] Electric potential energy, [tex]U=6.4\times 10^{-17}\ J[/tex] We need to find the value of electric potential at a point. The relation is as follows : [tex]V=\dfrac{U}{q}[/tex] Where V is electric potential So, [tex]V=\dfrac{6.4\times 10^{-17}}{7.3\times 10^{-17}}\\\\V=0.87\ V[/tex] So, the value of the electric potential at a point is equal to 0.87 Volts. Log in to Reply

Answer:V = 0.87 volt

Explanation:Given that,

Charge, [tex]q=7.3\times 10^{-17}\ C[/tex]

Electric potential energy, [tex]U=6.4\times 10^{-17}\ J[/tex]

We need to find the value of electric potential at a point. The relation is as follows :

[tex]V=\dfrac{U}{q}[/tex]

Where

V is electric potential

So,

[tex]V=\dfrac{6.4\times 10^{-17}}{7.3\times 10^{-17}}\\\\V=0.87\ V[/tex]

So, the value of the electric potential at a point is equal to 0.87 Volts.