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Zythyr

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Okay I am not sure how to do this problem without having lambda. I talked to my professor and he said I don't need lambda.

I know that finding the potential due to a continuous charge is

dV = (Kdq)/r

But in this case, I am not sure how to do it. What is dq?

Can someone please explain to me how do I approach doing this problem.

Okay I am not sure how to do this problem without having lambda. I talked to my professor and he said I don't need lambda.

I know that finding the potential due to a continuous charge is

dV = (Kdq)/r

But in this case, I am not sure how to do it. What is dq?

Can someone please explain to me how do I approach doing this problem.

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