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    What is the net electric potential at the origin due to the circular arc of charge Q1 = + 7.21 pC and the two particles of charges Q2 = 4.00 Q1 and Q3 = - 2.00 Q1? The arc's center of curvature is at the origin and its radius is R = 2.00 m; the angle indicated is theta = 20.0 degree.

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    We compute the electric potential at the origin due to several charged objects of various shapes and charges at various distance from the origin.

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