What is the angle between the directions of electric field at any 1) axial point 2) equatorial point due to an electric dipole ?

1)Axial Point: The angle between the direction of electric field and axial point is 0

2)Equitorial Point: The angle between the direction of electric field and equitorial point is 90

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1)Axial Point: The angle between the direction of electric field and an axial point is 0 degrees

2)Equitorial Point: The angle between the direction of electric field and an equitorial point is 90 degrees

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I think the question is asking "What is the angle between the directions of Eaxial and Eequatorial due to dipole?"

And the answer is 180o

Remember in the derivations of electric field at these two points.

In axial case E is along dipole moment, and in equatorial case E is opposite to dipole moment. Hence directions of E are antiparallel in the two cases.

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1. At axial point the angle is 0°. 2. At equatorial point the angle is 180°.
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At Axial point the angle is 0 nd at equitorial point the angle is 180
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at equitorial angle anglie is 90 with the line line at which point lies
 
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answer is 180
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0° and 90°
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At AXIAL POINT the angle between direction of electric field and dipole moment is 0° and AT EQUATORIAL POINT the angle is 180°
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