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    Estimate, based on the force at the initial and final points, the change in the Potential Energy of a system as the second charge moves to the point (.02475 m,0,0), assuming a stationary charge of -65.07 microC located at the origin, if the second charge of -100.2 microC is initially located at the point (.045 m,0,0).

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    Estimate, based on the force at the initial and final points, the change in the Potential Energy of a system as the second charge moves to the point (.02475 m,0,0), assuming a stationary charge of -65.07 `microC located at the origin, if the second charge of -100.2 `microC is ...

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    Potential energy can be defined as the capacity for doing work which arises from position or configuration. In the electrical case, a charge will exert a force on any other charge and potential energy arises from any collection of charges.

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