I am given 4 potential charges, 1V, 3V, -6V, and 5V, all arranged randomly around each other. There is a test charge located at infinity. No distances are given between the potentials. 1. Where will a test charge of 2*10^-6 C travel? 2. What is its kinetic energy? 3. Find the capatinance of a capacitor with the same energy as #2 4. Use a -2*10^-6 C test charge instead on the +2*10^-6 C charge. Where will it go? 5. If the new charge has a mass of 37.3*10^-21 what will its speed be at its destination? 1. I think it will go towards the -6 potential 2. PE= q*v and I think the PE will equal the KE when it arrives. 2*10^-6*(1+5+(-6)+3)=6*10^-6. However I'm not sure if I should add the volts together. 3. C=q/v so 2*10^-6/(1+5+(-6)+3)=6.67*10^-7 F. Again, I'm not sure if I should add the volts together. 4. I would think the charge would stay in infinity because it has an opposite charge. 5. I have no clue on this question because it contradics my previous answer. I don't really have any idea what I'm doing so any help would be appreciated.