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Two charges, one is - 34 nC and other is 2* 34 nC are separated by 2 m distance. What is the electric field at the mid point of the line joining the charges?

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CAN YOU PLEASE ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. ROUND TO THE FOURTH
DECIMAL PLACE.
1). Two point charges, q₁= +10 nC and q₂= +5 nC, are located on
the x-axis at x= 0 and x=5.00 m. What is the electric field at
point x=1.10 m?
2). Two point charges, q₁= +8 nC and q₂= -3 nC, are located on
the x-axis at x= 0 and x=5.00 m. What is the electric field at
point x=3 m?
3). Two charges, one is +...

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2)Where would the net electric field be zero if one of the
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3)Is this point...

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Find the magnitude of the electric dipole moment.
Express your answer in coulomb meters to three significant
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B) What is the strength and direction of the electric field due
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C) What is the strength of the total electric field halfway
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point charges Q1
=
+4.90 nC
and Q2 =
−2.20 nC are
separated by 45.0 cm.
(a) What is the electric potential at a point midway between the
charges?
V
(b) What is the potential energy of the pair of charges?
J
What is the significance of the algebraic sign of your answer?
Positive work must be
done to separate the charges.Negative work must be done
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Part A) Two particles with positive charges q1 and
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Express your answer in terms of some or all of the
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q1,
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