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Problem: The two halves of the rod in the figure are uniformly charged to plus/minus Q as shown.What is the electric potential at the point indicated by the dot?

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The point is equidistant from the two halves. The charge in the two halves also has equal magnitude. 

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The two halves of the rod in the figure are uniformly charged to plus/minus Q as shown.

What is the electric potential at the point indicated by the dot?

The two halves of the rod in the figure are unifor

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