This physics video tutorial explains how to calculate the electric potential energy in a uniform electric field of a point charge. The equation is similar to gravitational potential energy. This video contains an example problem with multiple parts that shows you how to calculate the electric field between two oppositely charged parallel plates using voltage and distance. Next, it shows you how to calculate the electric force acting on a point charge inside an electric field as well as finding the work required to move the charge from one point to another position and how to calculate the final speed of the positive point charge using conservation of energy and kinematics.
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