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Problem: 1. Which of the following has the smallest potential difference associated with it?a. Power supply for TV tubeb. Flashlight batteryc. Automobile ignitiond. Household outlet2. A rock moving through a gravitational field is analogous to a _ charge moving through an electric field.a. positiveb. negativec neutrald. continuous distribution of3. One joule per coulomb is aa. newtonb. voltc. electron-voltd. farad4. The electron-volt is an alternate unit fora. electric potentialb. electric potential energyc. electric currentd. electric charge

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The potential difference between the two points is equal to the variation in the electric potential energy between the two points.

Basically, the ends of a battery have different electric potential. 

Charge flows from one end of the battery to another.

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1. Which of the following has the smallest potential difference associated with it?
a. Power supply for TV tube
b. Flashlight battery
c. Automobile ignition
d. Household outlet

2. A rock moving through a gravitational field is analogous to a _ charge moving through an electric field.
a. positive
b. negative
c neutral
d. continuous distribution of

3. One joule per coulomb is a
a. newton
b. volt
c. electron-volt
d. farad

4. The electron-volt is an alternate unit for
a. electric potential
b. electric potential energy
c. electric current
d. electric charge

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