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What is the electric potential energy of a charge that experiences a force of 3. 6 × 10–4 N when it is 9. 8 × 10–5 m from the source of the electric field?.

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The electric potential energy of a charge that experiences a force of 3. 6 × 10⁻⁴ N when it is 9. 8 × 10⁺⁵m from the source of the electric field will be 3.528×10⁻⁸ V.

<h3>What is electric potential energy?</h3>

Electric potential energy is the amount of work needed to move a unit charge from a point to a specific point against an electric field.

The given data in the problem is;

F is the electric force= 3. 6 × 10⁻⁴ N

V is the electric potential=?

d is the distance = 9. 8 × 10⁻⁵ m

The electric potential energy is given as the product of the electric force and distance.

V=Fd

V = 3.6×10⁻⁴ ×( 9.8×10⁻⁵)

V = 3.528×10⁻⁸ V.

Hence the electric potential energy of a charge will be 3.528×10⁻⁸ V.

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