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In some region of space the electric potential is V(x) = 2sin(2x) + 2x. What is the electric field in this region? What would an electron do if placed at x = pi/3 m, move left, right, or stand still?

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position x is given by the equation V(x) =
αx2 + βx - γ, where α =
2V/m2, β = 7V/m, and γ =
15V. All nonelectrical forces are negligible.
An electron starts at rest at x = 0 and travels to
x = 20 m.
Calculate the magnitude of the work done on the electron by the
electric field during this process.
Calculate the speed of the...

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