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Amrutha t Asked a Question
July 27, 2020 11:55 ampts 30 pts
For any point In space, correct statements about electric field (E) and potential (V) are (A) (B) (C) (D) E and V both can be zero. If E is zero, then V is also zero. If V is zero, then E is also zero. If V is zero, then E may or may not be zero.
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  • Somnath Best Answer
    It depends on what you mean when you say V=0V=0. In the context of the equation: E=−∇V which holds specifically in electrostatics V is a scalar field, meaning that it is actuall...
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    Amrutha t
    sir, may sir, may i sent u a similiar question
  • Shriyank Umrao thankyou
    No, just because the electric field is zero at a particular point, it does not necessarily  mean that the electric potential is zero at that point. A good example is the case of t...
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    Amrutha t
    thank u sir
  • Vaishali sharma
    dear see the some conclusion from electrodynamics: 1.E and V both can be zero. 2.If V=0, E may or may not be zero. 3.If E=0, V may or may not be zero. In the options only 1 and 2 c...
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    Vaishali sharma
    for doubts plz ask dear
  • Chandra dhawan
    dear see the some conclusion from electrodynamics: 1.E and V both can be zero. 2.If V=0, E may or may not be zero. 3.If E=0, V may or may not be zero. In the options only 1 and 2 c...
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    Chandra dhawan
    see
  • Nitin meel
    option A and C are correct
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