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Suppose we have an electrically insulated box in a room, and the potential difference between the box and the room is given by [tex]V_1=V_{Box1}-V_{room}[/tex].

Now suppose we inject the box with X amps of current, for t seconds. The new voltage is now given by [tex]V_2=V_{Box2}-V_{room}[/tex]

By how much does the injection of X amps of current change the electric potential of the box?

ie.

What is [tex]V_{Box1}-V_{Box2}[/tex]?

Now suppose we inject the box with X amps of current, for t seconds. The new voltage is now given by [tex]V_2=V_{Box2}-V_{room}[/tex]

By how much does the injection of X amps of current change the electric potential of the box?

ie.

What is [tex]V_{Box1}-V_{Box2}[/tex]?

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