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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 + 36 nC and other is -2* 36 nC are separated by 1 m distance. What is the electric field at the mid point of the line joining the charges?

4). Two charges, one is - 61 nC and other is 2* 61 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.
8). 2 charges, 7.32 µC each, are located at two
vertices B & C of an equilateral triangle ABC with sides 2 cm
each. Another charge q is located at point A. Calculate q in micro
Coulomb so that net POTENTIAL at the mid point of BC will be
ZERO.
9). Three charges, + 21 uC, - 21 uC and + 21 uC
are placed at A (0,5cm),...

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?

Two positive point
charges are held fixed on the x-axis. Point charge
A is located at the origin, and point charge
B is located at the position x = −5.00 cm =
−5.00✕10-2 m (on the negative x-axis). The
magnitude of charge A is two times greater than
that of charge B: qA =
2qB.
ke = 8.9876✕109
Nm2/C2
(A.) The electric
force on charge A has magnitude 0.344 mN =
0.344⨯10-3 N. What is the electric force (magnitude
and...

Two point charges are fixed in place along the x axis
as shown in the figure above. The charge Q1=-3
μμC is located at the origin. The charge Q2=4
μμC is a distance a = 0.46 m to the right of the
origin.
1)
Calculate the x component of the
electric field at point P a distance
h=0.32 m above the origin.
Ex = -0.115 × 106 N/C
Ex = -0.094 × 106 N/C
Ex = 0.264 × 106 N/C...

Two particles having charges of 0.580 nC and 5.22 nC are
separated by a distance of 1.80 m . At what point along the line
connecting the two charges is the net electric field due to the two
charges equal to zero?Where would the net electric field be zero if
one of the charges were negative?

Coulomb's law for the magnitude of the force F FF between two
particles with charges Q QQ and Q ′ Q′Q^\prime separated by a
distance d dd is |F|=K |Q Q ′ | d 2 |F|=K|QQ′|d2 , where K= 1 4π ϵ
0 K=14πϵ0 , and ϵ 0 =8.854× 10 −12 C 2 /(N⋅ m 2 )
ϵ0=8.854×10−12C2/(N⋅m2) is the permittivity of free space. Consider
two point charges located on the x axis: one charge, q 1 q1q_1 =
-20.0...

Two particles having charges q1 = 0.400 nC and
q2 = 6.00 nC are separated by a distance of 1.60 m .
At what point along the line connecting the two charges is the
total electric field due to the two charges equal to zero?

Two particles having charges of 0.430 nC and 3.87 nC are
separated by a distance of 1.20 mm.
1)At what point along the line connecting the two charges is the
net electric field due to the two charges equal to zero? Express
your answer in meters.
2)Where would the net electric field be zero if one of the
charges were negative? Enter your answer as a distance in meters
from the charge initially equal to 0.430 nC.
3)Is this point...

Three point charges are aligned along the x axis as
shown in the figure below.
Three point charges lie along the x-axis in the
x y coordinate plane.
A charge of −4.00 nC is 0.500 m to the left of the origin.
A charge of 5.00 nC is at the origin.
A charge of 3.00 nC is 0.800 m to the right of the origin.
Find the electric field at the following positions.
(a) (3.00, 0)
=
(b) (0, 3.00)
=

Two
point charges , q1=+19nC and q2= -4nC, are located on the x axis at
x=0 and x=8 m. What is the distance of zero electric field from the
positive charge ? Make your Answer four decimal places .

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