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## Homework Statement

## Homework Equations

dV= integral(kdQ/dR)

## The Attempt at a Solution

So, I'm familiar with these type of problems but in 2D (like a line of uniform charge).

When the y,z component is added, I'm kinda lost.

i know dQ = p*dV= p*dx*dy*dz. (atleast i think it is).

also the dR = sqrt(x^2 + (y'-y)^2+z^2) since y is the only distance changing.

Now, i get confused as to how to put together the integral. Can someone guide me and help me out?

I am studying for an exam tomorrow :C.