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The solution states that the potential at the center must be a linear combination of the potentials of the six sides. Why is that?

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EFuzzy

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The solution states that the potential at the center must be a linear combination of the potentials of the six sides. Why is that?

Thanks,

EFuzzy

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V=c(v1+v2+...+v6)for each side, where c is a constant . assuming they have the same potential... V=c6V so c=1/6

now v1=0=v2=...=v5 and v6=V'

so V=1/6(0+0+..+0+V')=1/6V'

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