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The electric field inside a hollow, uniformly charged sphere is zero. Does this imply that the potential is zero inside the sphere? Explain.
 

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The electric field inside a hollow, uniformly charged sphere is zero. Does this imply that the potential is zero inside the sphere? Explain.
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While you can often find help and advice on this forum, you won't find homework solutions. We'll help you help yourself, but you need to show your work / thinking on homework problems.

As a hint, what is the electric field (inside the shell, and outside), and what is the potential at infinity? With these in mind, how might you approach the potential?
 

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