hi, i have a question. if electric field is 20V/m for a 10 V parallel plates potential difference of distance 50cm, in accordance with the formula E = change in V / d then does it mean that as long as i have a 10 V potential difference, regardless of the orientation of the plates, like if i change the 10 V difference to a small +ve cylinder and a large -ve cylinder encompassing it, does the E field still remains as 20V/m if the distance is kept at 50cm? so in other words, does the electric field E remain the same as long as the Volt difference i use is kept at 10V and the distance is 50cm? that means 10V difference at a distance of 50cm always give me E field of 20V/m? oh by the way, does it matter if i measure the distance from the (-ve)0 V plate or from the (+ve)10V plate if i want to use in the formula E = V/d? thanks!