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# If a charged body experiences a force of repulsion of magnitude F from a charge of q0, the electric field E of the charged body at a point lying not in between the 2 charges but on the same line joining two charges, is :<Fq0Fq0F>Fq0

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#### Electric field of a charged body due to charge: q0=E0=Fq0But the electric field of the charged body at a not in between two charges means the sum of field due to all point charges,i.e., E=Fq0+∑iFqiSo, E>Fq0

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