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This is given in my book. I understood E_r. But how did they get ##E_\theta## ?

here ##V=\frac{pcos\theta}{4\pi\epsilon_0r^2}## ,r>>a.

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This is given in my book. I understood E_r. But how did they get ##E_\theta## ?

here ##V=\frac{pcos\theta}{4\pi\epsilon_0r^2}## ,r>>a.

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Why is there a 1/r term in E along theta? Is sphericcal coordinates beyaond my level?

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