1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Fig. 1 shows the cross-section of an infinitely long conducting pipe. The inner radius of the pipe is r = R1, and the outer radius is r = R2. Suppose the inner surface has a constant voltage V = Vc > 0, and the outer surface has a constant voltage V = 0. The voltage distribution between the inner and outer surface (blue region) is governed by the Laplace's equation ∇2V=0 expressed in polar coordinates. Solve for V with the given boundary conditions. [Note: Fig. 1 just looks like a blue annulus centered at the origin in the plane.] 2. Relevant equations Don't worry about them for now. 3. The attempt at a solution Just tell me whether my solution V = (Vc log(r) - log(R2))/(log(R1) - log(R2)) intuitively seems like it's correct. I don't want you to carry out the process of deriving this ..... unless you want to.