Question

Electric potential $V$ at some point in space is zero. Then at that point :

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Correct option is C)

$E=−dldV $

where $E=$ Electric field intensity ; $V=$ Electric Potential ; $l=$ distance traveled in direction of electric field

Electric intensity at a point is the negative of rate of change of the electric potential at a point. So if a function is zero at a given point, the slope will not necessarily be zero.

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