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==Electric Potential Sample Problem==
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Given electric potential equation <math>V = x^3yz+2y^2z+xz^4</math>, find:
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a. The corresponding electric field equation for this potential
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Using the identity
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b. The charge density of the field at <math>(2,-3)</math>
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Electric Potential Sample Problem

Given electric potential equation $ V = x^3yz+2y^2z+xz^4 $, find:

a. The corresponding electric field equation for this potential

Using the identity

b. The charge density of the field at $ (2,-3) $


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