Question

In the rectangle of the figure the sides have lengths 5.61 cm
and 12.8 cm, *q*_{1} = -4.24 ?C, and
*q*_{2} = +2.47 ?C. How much work is required to
move a charge *q*_{3} = +2.91 ?C from *B* to
*A*?

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