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|dw:1361081269043:dw| Why would x=0 make \(V_a\) zero?
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It's an example in my book. \[V_b-V_a=-\int_{xa}^{xb}Edx\]

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all i can tell you is x=0 means yz plane. |dw:1361081413415:dw|
I guess I can chose where x=0 is. The question is the following: A uniform electrostatic field points in the +x direction and has a magnitude of E=10N/C=10V/m. Find the potential as a function of x, assuming that V=0 at x=0.
oh nevermind.....LOL since x=0 it's at the yz plane...silly me haha
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