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The way we were taught in class so far to find the potential was using the integral of E dot dS. Which works itself down to (kq/r) evaluated from the r you are looking for to infinity.

In which case, V would equal 2.15059 v. But this answer is incorrect according to my homework service.

Any ideas?

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# Homework Help: A little help with electric potential.

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