Question

Point B is 0.49 meters to the right and 0.66 meters upwards from
Point A. The electric field in between these two points is uniform
of magnitude 61.1 N/C and points to the left. What is the voltage
difference V_{B}-V_{A}? Answer in volts.

Answer #1

a)
A particle (charge = 70 μC) moves in a region where the only
force on it is an electric force. As the particle moves 25 cm from
point A to point B, its kinetic energy increases by 4.2 mJ.
Determine the electric potential difference, VB - VA. (in
Volts)
b)
Points A [at (3, 1) m] and B [at (8, 8) m] are in a region where
the electric field is uniform and given by
E→=(4iˆ+3jˆ)E→=4i^+3j^A- VB? (in Volts)

4. A proton (charge +e = 1.602x 10^-19 C) moves a distance d =
0.50 m in a straight line between points a and b in a linear
accelerator. The electric field is uniform along this line, with
magnitude E = 1.5x10^7 N/C in the direction from a to b.
Determine
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