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A body of mass one gram and...
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A body of mass one gram and carrying a charge
$10_{−8}C$
passes through two points P and Q. The electrostatic potential at Q is 0V. The velocity of the body at Q is
$0.2ms_{−1}$
and at P is
$0.028 ms_{−1}$
. The potential at P is
A
150V
B
300V
C
600V
D
900V
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