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What is the electric field generated at point M by the two charges shown below? Q1 is 0.19mC and Q2 is 0.74mC: the two charges are a distance 34.3m from each other and the point M is located 17.7m from Q1.

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μμC is located at the origin. The charge Q2=4
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origin.
1)
Calculate the x component of the
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_____ m

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b) Calculate the force acting on q2
c) Calculate the total electric field at the midpoint
between q1 and q2
If somebody could explain this I'd really appreciate
it. Thanks!

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field due to two point charges. Consider the following
figure.
The resultant electric field at P equals the
vector sum 1 + 2, where 1 is the
field due to the positive charge q1and
2 is the field due to the negative charge
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Q1 =
Q2 =
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