Two unequally sized metal spheres are each charged. A wire is connected from one sphere to the other. When the wire is removed, the spheres will have the same potential. T/F? The answer is true (I looked up the key), but I do not understand why. I know that the spheres, due to being unequally sized, have different charges. But I thought potential was EPE/q, which is (Qq/r)/q, which simplifies to Q/r. If the spheres have different charges, won't the potential always be different? Can someone help explain why the potentials would be the same? Thanks!