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====Lecture: Electric Potential==== | ====Lecture: Electric Potential==== | ||

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Using what you one about the geometry of the situation, one can possibly simplify the numerator. For example: | Using what you one about the geometry of the situation, one can possibly simplify the numerator. For example: | ||

$$\text{Coordinate and Geometry Dependent:} \qquad V=\frac{1}{4 \pi \epsilon_0} \int\frac{\lambda s'\ d\phi'}{| s'^2 + s^2 +2ss' \cos(\phi-\phi') + z^2|}$$ | $$\text{Coordinate and Geometry Dependent:} \qquad V=\frac{1}{4 \pi \epsilon_0} \int\frac{\lambda s'\ d\phi'}{| s'^2 + s^2 +2ss' \cos(\phi-\phi') + z^2|}$$ | ||

+ | Emphasize that "primes" (i.e., $s'$, $\phi'$, $z'$, etc.) are used to indicate the location of charge in the charge distribution. | ||

====Lecture: Chop, Calculate, and Add==== | ====Lecture: Chop, Calculate, and Add==== |