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What is the Amount of Work Done in Moving a Point Charge Q Around a Circular Arc of Radius ‘R’ at the Centre of Which Another Point Charge ‘Q’ is Located? - Physics

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What is the amount of work done in moving a point charge Q around a circular arc of radius ‘r’ at the centre of which another point charge ‘q’ is located?

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Solution

The work done in moving a charge along any circular path is zero. So, to move a point charge Q around a circular arc of radius ‘r’ at the centre of which another point charge ‘q’ is located, no work has to be done.

Concept: Electric Field Due to a Point Charge
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