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Physical units - what is Volts/Meter?

Please see the attached units question. I need to know this to be the result of one of my calculations correctly. Please choose any correct answers, if any, and then use dimensional analysis to show it equality to V/M.

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Are any of the following equivalent to Volts/Meter: ?
C
N
N/C
C/M^2
J
V
E
J/m^3
N*M^2/C
W
M
A Ohm
Ohm*m

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Explanation in the smallest detail:

Volt is a unit of the potential (or potential difference).
In standard notations it can be written as
[potential] = V(olt)

V(olt)/m(eter) is ...

Solution Summary

Volts and meter in physical units are discussed. A dimensional analysis to show equality is used.

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