Hello everyone...I need help to start on a problem which states that V(r) =V(o) r^2/2R^2...I neeed to find E(r) when R and V(o) are constants...so from defention E= dV/Dr??? This is the part I am not sure how to move on..I have to integrate the equation they gave me keeping the V(o) and R as constants?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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