Please explain the relation behind this?

In summary, the conversation is discussing the relationship between electrical potential and electric fields, specifically how they change from a dipole to parallel dipoles. The equations in the pictures are used to demonstrate this relationship and provide information about the differences between potential and electric fields. The conversation also suggests using LaTeX to post mathematical equations.
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Try to demonstrate the relationship between the equations listed in the picture and what they tell you about electric fields.
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Please help me understand what the correlation is between these equations and the differences between potential and electric fields
How does electrical potential and electric fields change from dipole to parallel dipoles? What does this math demonstrate? What does the equations mean?
 

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coulthardb said:
Homework Statement:: Try to demonstrate the relationship between the equations listed in the picture and what they tell you about electric fields.
Relevant Equations:: Please help me understand what the correlation is between these equations and the differences between potential and electric fields

How does electrical potential and electric fields change from dipole to parallel dipoles? What does this math demonstrate? What does the equations mean?
Welcome to PF.

That's a pretty big ask. Didn't your instructor cover this in class? It's better if you post what you understand and what you don't understand. It's best to post math using LaTeX (see the "LaTeX Guide" link below the Edit window).
 
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coulthardb said:
change from dipole to parallel dipoles?
I don't even see the relation between this question and the screen shots. Does the word 'dipole' appear on pages 1 or 2 ?

What I do see on the screen shots is some lab instruction. Figure 2 on page 3 could well be one of the configurations mentioned under 'Data Analysis', so perhaps you can post your results for that configuration ? Equipotential contours seem to have been measured and field lines drawn.

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