Question

You have three charges that are placed in a equilateral triangles corners. The sides of the triangle are 2 dm.

q1=2.2µC

q2= -4.4µC

q3= 3.3 µC

If we introduce a coordinate system where q_{3} is
located in origin, q_{1} located in (0.20m , 0m)

and q_{2} is located in (0.10m, y*0.20m) where y >0
is a real number. What is the value of y and what is direction does
the total force from q_{1} and q_{2} on
q_{3}? If there is no way to state the direction of the
force, please state why.

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