Point A is at a lower electrical potential than point B. An electron between them on the line joining them will A. move towards A B. move towards B C. move at right angles to the line joining A and B D. remain at rest

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Since we know that electric currents move from a higher potential or a lower potential.

and Also, electrons move in the direction opposite to electric current.

So the electron on the line joining two points A and B will move from lower to higher potential i.e, it will move towards B.

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