Charge inside Grounded Cube

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Homework Statement


There's a charge, not at the center of a grounded cube. Find the potential in the cube.


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The Attempt at a Solution



I'm really just looking for a place to start. I should end up with some kind of series, but I dont know if I should be doing some Method of Images, or Greens Function, or Poisson Equation. The only information I can find is for Laplace's Eqn which doesnt apply here, so I'm kinda stuck.

Just trying to get a head start on some homework, so can someone just point me in the right direction?

Thanks,
-CP51
 

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The potential of the cube is zero. So try the method of images to set up a system of charges due to which the potential of the cube is zero.See if that works
 

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