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A 13.5 nC charge is at x = 0cm and a -1.3 nC charge is at x = 6
cm . At what points on the x-axis is the electric potential zero?
Express your answer using two significant figures. **There is
more than one answer, give each answer separated by a
comma.**

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A 11.0 nC charge is at x = 0cm and a -1.3 nC charge is at x = 6
cm .
At what point or points on the x-axis is the electric
potential zero?
Express your answer using two significant figures. If there is
more than one answer, give each answer separated by a comma.

A 15.0 nCnC charge is at xx = 0cmcm and a -1.0 nCnC charge is at
xxx = 6 cm.
At what point or points on the xx-axis is the electric potential
zero?
Express your answer using two significant figures. If there is
more than one answer, give each answer separated by a comma.

A 11.0 nC charge is at x = 0cm and a -1.0 nC charge is at x = 4
cm. At what point or points on the xx-axis is the electric
potential zero?

Two point charges, Q1 = 3.6 μC and Q2 =
-1.3 μC , are placed on the x-axis. Suppose that Q2 is
placed at the origin, and Q1 is placed at the coordinate
x1 = −6.0 cm (Figure
1).
Part A) At what point(s) along the xx axis is the electric field
zero? Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the point(s). Express your
answer using two significant figures. If there is more than one
answer, enter your answers in ascending order separated...

1. A -9.00 nC point charge and a +18.0nC point charge are 15.0
cm apart on the x-axis.
Part A: What is the electric potential at the point on the
xxx-axis where the electric field is zero? Express your answer with
the appropriate units.
Part B: What is the magnitude of the electric field at the point
on the x-axis, between the charges, where the electric
potential is zero? Express your answer with the appropriate
units.
2. An AA battery...

A -3.1 nC charge is on the x-axis at x1 = -8
cm and a 3.7 nC charge is on the x-axis at x2 =
13 cm .
At what point or points on the y-axis is the electric
potential zero?

A 30 nC point charge is positioned at the origin and a -20 nC
point charge is positioned on the x-axis at 1.0 m. Take the
electric potential to be zero at infinity. To three significant
figures, determine: a) the electric potential on the x-axis at 0.5
m. (1 pt) b) the electric potential on the x-axis at 1.5 m. (1 pt)
c) the electric potential energy stored between the charges. (1
pt)
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A -12 nC charge is located at (x, y) = (1.2 cm , 0 cm).
What is the x-component of the electric field at the
position (x, y) = (0 cm, 5.8 cm )?
Express your answer to two significant figures and include the
appropriate units.
What is the y-component of the electric field at the
position (x, y) = (0 cm, 5.8 cm )?
Express your answer to two significant figures and include the
appropriate units.

A -14 nC charge is located at (x, y) = (1.4 cm
, 0 cm).
Part B
What is the y-component of the electric field at the
position (x, y) = (5.9 cm , 0 cm)?
Express your answer to two significant figures and include the
appropriate units.
Part D
What is the y-component of the electric field at the
position (x, y) = (?5.9cm, 0 cm)?
Express your answer to two significant figures and include the
appropriate units.
Part...

A -8.0 nC point charge and a +16.0 nC point charge are 12.0 cm
apart on the x-axis.
A) What is the magnitude of the electric field at the point on
the x-axis, between the charges, where the electric potential is
zero?

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