Question

Three point charges *q**1**=1 μC* ,
*q**2**=2 μC* and *q**3**=-3
μC* are located at three corners of a square of side *a=2
cm* . **Charge**
*q**3***is
located diagonally opposed to the empty corner of the
square.**

- Calculate the electric potential created by the three charges at the empty corner of the square.
- Calculate the work done by the electric field of the three
charges when a fourth charge
*q**4**=-4 μC*moves from the center of the square to the empty corner of the square.

Answer #1

Point charges q1=+2.00μC and q2=−2.00μC are placed at adjacent
corners of a square for which the length of each side is 3.50 cm .
Point a is at the center of the square, and point b is at the empty
corner closest to q2. Take the electric potential to be zero at a
distance far from both charges.
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https://www.webassign.net/webassignalgphys1/19-p-026.gif
(a) What is the electric potential at the free corner where
there is no charge? V
(b) What charge should be placed at the free corner for the
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Include both magnitude and sign if...

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(-0.250 m, -0.145 m), (+0.250 m, -0.145 m), and (0 m,+0.290 m)
respectively.
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The figure shows three charges q1, q2 and
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