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Answer on Electric Circuits Question for Akash Kumar kheti

Question #73742
The magnitude of work done in taking a unit positive charge in electric field E from
point A to point B is given by:
W= ∫−E.d r
Show that the value of the line integral of the electric field (right hand side of the
above equation) does not depend on the path taken to move the unit positive charge
from point A to B.
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