Problem: A uniform electric field is directed along the +x-axis with  Ex = 200 V/m . If the electric potential at x = 0 m is +1000 V, what is the electric potential at  x = 2 m? [A] 600V [B] 1600V [C] -600V [D] -1600V [E] 0 V

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A uniform electric field is directed along the +x-axis with  Ex = 200 V/m . If the electric potential at x = 0 m is +1000 V, what is the electric potential at  x = 2 m?

[A] 600V

[B] 1600V

[C] -600V

[D] -1600V

[E] 0 V

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