Electric field and electric potential

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For first question:
E = -grad V = -∂V/∂x i
where i is unit vector in direction of P→Q.

So now do you think C is correct? Why or why not?

For second question : I agree with you!
 
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For second question: I agree with you guys too!
 
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For first question:
E = -grad V = -∂V/∂x i
where i is unit vector in direction of P→Q.

So now do you think C is correct? Why or why not?

For second question : I agree with you!

E, being a vector, I should have written in bold, and is hereby so corrected.
 
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@delsoo: how did you get on with this in the end?
 

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