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Problem: Throughout a particular region of space, the electric potential can be expressed as V = (2)xz + (2)y + (−7)z, what is the magnitude of the electric field at point p = (7,−8, 1)m. 1. 44.1135 2. 8.60233 3. 7.54983 4. 45.7275 5. 26.6458 6. 20.1494 7. 13.6382 8. 51.3225 9. 31.7805 10. 29.8161

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Throughout a particular region of space, the electric potential can be expressed as V = (2)xz + (2)y + (−7)z, what is the magnitude
of the electric field at point p = (7,−8, 1)m.

1. 44.1135

2. 8.60233

3. 7.54983

4. 45.7275

5. 26.6458

6. 20.1494

7. 13.6382

8. 51.3225

9. 31.7805

10. 29.8161

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