You must include on attached pieces of paper all measurements, tables, and calculations you have made during the experiment. Measurements must have units and uncertainties (where possible). You must include the graph showing your measurements, equipotential lines, and electric field lines.
Ask me to come to your table when you have finished your graph. I will draw two little marks on your graph, and label them A and B.
1. What is the potential at each point? 2. Draw an arrow showing the direction of the electric field at each point. 3. Calculate the strength of the electric field at each point. Include units and an estimate of the uncertainty.
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