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Four charges \(q,q\) and \(-q,-q\) are placed at the four vertices of a square of side \(a,\) with like charges across a diagonal. The potential at the centre of the square is:

1. zero

2. \(\sqrt2\frac{kq}{a}\)

3. \(2\frac{kq}{a}\)

4. \(4\frac{kq}{a}\)

1. zero

2. \(\sqrt2\frac{kq}{a}\)

3. \(2\frac{kq}{a}\)

4. \(4\frac{kq}{a}\)

Subtopic: Electric Potential |

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Two tiny spheres carrying charges of \(1.5\) µC and \(2.5\) µC are located \(30\) cm apart. What is the potential at a point \(10\) cm from the midpoint in a plane normal to the line and passing through the mid-point?

1. \(1.5\times 10^{5}\) V

2. \(1.0\times 10^{5}\) V

3. \(2.4\times 10^{5}\) V

4. \(2.0\times 10^{5}\) V

Subtopic: Electric Potential |

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A charge is uniformly distributed on the circumference of a disc, and the potential at its centre is \(5\) volt. If the charge was uniformly distributed on the surface of this disc, the potential at a point \(P\) on its axis, at a distance equal to the disc's radius from its centre, equals:

1. \(10\) V

2. \(5 \sqrt 2\) V

3. \(10 \sqrt 2\) V

4. \(10 (\sqrt {2} -1)\) V

1. \(10\) V

2. \(5 \sqrt 2\) V

3. \(10 \sqrt 2\) V

4. \(10 (\sqrt {2} -1)\) V

Subtopic: Electric Potential |

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A negative point charge \((-q)\) is placed at the centre of a spherical ball of charge distributed uniformly over its volume. The radius of the ball is \(R.\) The electric field on its surface is zero. The potential on its surface is:

1. zero

2. \({kq \over 2R}\)

3. \({-kq \over 2R}\)

4. \({2kq \over R}\)

1. zero

2. \({kq \over 2R}\)

3. \({-kq \over 2R}\)

4. \({2kq \over R}\)

Subtopic: Electric Potential |

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The angle between the electric lines of force and the equipotential surface is:

1. \(180^\circ\)

2. \(0^\circ\)

3. \(45^\circ\)

4. \(90^\circ\)

1. \(180^\circ\)

2. \(0^\circ\)

3. \(45^\circ\)

4. \(90^\circ\)

Subtopic: Equipotential Surfaces |

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The diagrams below show regions of equipotential.

A positive charge is moved from \(\mathrm{A}\) to \(\mathrm{B}\) in each diagram. Choose the correct statement from the options given below:

1. | in all four cases, the work done is the same. |

2. | minimum work is required to move \(q\) in figure (a). |

3. | maximum work is required to move \(q\) in figure (b). |

4. | maximum work is required to move \(q\) in figure (c). |

Subtopic: Equipotential Surfaces |

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Consider a uniform electric field in the \(z\text-\)direction. The potential is a constant:

(a) | in all space. |

(b) | for any \(x\) for a given \(z.\) |

(c) | for any \(y\) for a given \(z.\) |

(d) | on the \(x\text-y\) plane for a given \(z.\) |

Choose the correct option:

1. | (c), (d) | 2. | (a), (c) |

3. | (b), (c), (d) | 4. | (a), (b) |

Subtopic: Relation between Field & Potential |

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In a region, the potential is represented by \(V=(x,y,z)=6x-8xy-8y+6yz,\) where \(V\) is in volts and \(x,y,z\) are in meters. The electric force experienced by a charge of \(2\) coulomb situated at a point \((1,1,1)\) is:

1. \(6\sqrt{5}~\text{N}\)

2. \(30~\text{N}\)

3. \(24~\text{N}\)

4. \(4\sqrt{35}~\text{N}\)

Subtopic: Relation between Field & Potential |

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In a certain region of space with volume \(0.2\) m^{3}, the electric potential is found to be \(5\) V throughout. The magnitude of electric field in this region is:

1. \(0.5\) N/C

2. \(1\) N/C

3. \(5\) N/C

4. zero

Subtopic: Relation between Field & Potential |

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The electric field at the origin is along the positive \(x\text-\)axis. A small circle is drawn with the centre at the origin cutting the axes at points \(\mathrm A\), \(\mathrm B\), \(\mathrm C\) and \(\mathrm D\) having coordinates \((a,0),(0,a),(-a,0),(0,-a)\) respectively. Out of the points on the periphery of the circle, the potential is minimum at:

1. \(\mathrm A\)

2. \(\mathrm B\)

3. \(\mathrm C\)

4. \(\mathrm D\)

Subtopic: Relation between Field & Potential |

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