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A uniform electric field of magnitude 247 *V/m* is
directed in the positive *x* direction. A +14.2 *μC*
charge moves from the origin to the point (*x*, *y*)
= (22.4 *cm*, 46.7 *cm*). What was the change in the
potential energy of this charge?

Through what potential difference did the charge move?

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