Projectile motion in electric field

In the above picture, a charged particle enters a uniform electric field at the point \(O\) in the direction perpendicular to the electric field, and moves along the blue dotted projectile path \( O \rightarrow P \rightarrow Q \rightarrow \). Now, suppose that it takes the same amount of time for the particle to move from \(O\) to \(P\) and from \(P\) to \(Q.\) Also suppose that the potential difference between \(O\) and \(P\) is \(V.\) Then what is the potential difference between \(P\) and \(Q?\) (Ignore the gravitational force.)

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