1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Suppose you have two identical droplets of water, each carrying charge 7.92 pC spread uniformly through their volume. The potential on the surface of each is 144 Volts. Now, you merge the two drops, forming one spherical droplet of water. If no charge is lost, find the potential at the surface of this new large water droplet. in V. 2. Relevant equations I don't have any equations since it's "water droplet" with no specified shape. General formula for potential due to a single point charge is V = kq/r 3. The attempt at a solution Is this question easy or tricky? Shouldn't the answer be 144 + 144 = 288 V? Due to conservation of charges?