## Electric Potential Questions!

1. If V= 0 at a point in space, must E=0 there? If E=0 at some point must V=0 at that point? And examples for each?

I'm pretty confused on both parts. I haven't really been understanding much of this electric charge/electric field stuff.

I know, just from an equation at V= -Ed, but I don't quite understand this conceptually.
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 Recognitions: Homework Help When the electric field is not uniform, the electric potential at any point is given be E = - dV/dx i.e. negative tare of change of potential. If V is zero E must be zero. If E = 0, V may be zero or a constant.

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