# Electrical Potential Energy

Points A and B are in a region of uniform electric field, $\vec{E}$ = < -85, 25 > N/C. Point A is at < -0.5, 0 > and Point B is at < 0.7, 0 >. Find the electron potential difference between point A and B.

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