Electric Potential Video Lessons

Concept

# Problem: In (Figure 1), q1 =+1.7nC and q2 =−3.3nC, and the side length of the square is 0.12 m. Part A. What is the electric potential at point A? Part B. What is the electric potential at point B?

###### FREE Expert Solution

The electric potential at a point is:

$\overline{){\mathbf{V}}{\mathbf{=}}\frac{\mathbf{kq}}{\mathbf{r}}}$

95% (112 ratings)
###### Problem Details

In (Figure 1), q=+1.7nC and q=−3.3nC, and the side length of the square is 0.12 m.

Part A. What is the electric potential at point A?

Part B. What is the electric potential at point B?