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Problem: Suppose you have a uniform electric field with a magnitude of 5V/m in the +x direction. (a) What can you say about the potential difference between 2 points separated by a distance of 2 m along the x-axis? (b) what can you say about the potential difference between 2 points separated by a distance of 3 m along the y-axis?

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Suppose you have a uniform electric field with a magnitude of 5V/m in the +x direction. 

(a) What can you say about the potential difference between 2 points separated by a distance of 2 m along the x-axis? 

(b) what can you say about the potential difference between 2 points separated by a distance of 3 m along the y-axis?

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