Question

Three point charges lie along a straight line as shown in the figure below, where q1 = 5.52 µC, q2 = 1.61 µC, and q3 = -2.14 µC. The separation distances are d1 = 3.00 cm and d2 = 2.00 cm. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the net electric force on each of the charges.

Answer #1

Three point charges lie along a straight line as shown
in the figure, where q1= 35.00 uC, q2= 1.50 µC, and q3=-2.00 µC.
The separation distances are d1 = 3.00 cm and d2 = 2.00 cm.
Calculate the magnitude of the resultant electric force on
q1.

three point charges lie along a circle of radius r= 3.00 cm:
q1=7.00 nC at angle 30, q2 = +9.00 nC angle 180 , and q3 = +7.00 nC
at angle 330 shown in the figure . find the magnitude E of the
electric field created by the three charges at the center O of the
circle :
A. E= 8.00 =10 NUC
B.E= 1.14 = 10 NUC
C. E=2.00= 10 NUC
D.E= 1.60 = 10 NUC

Three point charges lie in the x-y plane as shown in the diagram
below: q1= 84.7 μC and is located at the origin; q2= 38.3 μC and is
located at x = 3.21 m and y = 0; q3= -20.9 μC and is located at x =
1.41 m and y = 2.41 m. A force diagram showing the forces acting on
q1 and a coordinate system are given in the diagram. Calculate the
y-component of the net electrostatic force...

Three charges are at the corners of an equilateral triangle, as
shown in the figure below. Calculate the electric field at a point
midway between the two charges on the x-axis. (Let
q1 = 2.00 μC,
q2 = 2.00
μC, and
q3 = −3.50 μC.)
Image:
Three charged particles lie in the x
y-coordinate plane at the vertices of an equilateral
triangle with side length 0.500 m.
Positive charge q2 is at the origin.
Positive charge q1 is in the first...

Three charges are at the corners of an equilateral triangle, as
shown in the figure below. Calculate the electric field at a point
midway between the two charges on the x-axis. (Let Let q1 = 7.00
μC, q2 = 4.50 μC, and q3 = −3.00 μC.
magnitude =? (N/C)
direction = ? (below the x-axis)

Three charged marbles are glued to a nonconducting surface and
are placed in the diagram as shown. The charges of each marble are
q1 = 5.65 µC, q2 = 1.91 µC, and q3 = −2.11 µC. Marble q1 is a
distance r1 = 3.00 cm to the left of the marble q2, while marble q3
is a distance r3 = 2.00 cm to the right of the marble q2, as
shown.
a. Calculate the magnitude of the electric field a...

Three point charges, +6.8 µC, +1.4 µC, and −3.3 µC, lie along
the x-axis at 0 cm, 2.9 cm, and 5.3 cm, respectively. The Coulomb
constant is 8.99 × 109 N · m2 /C 2 .
What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? (To
the right is positive.) Answer in units of N
What is the force exerted on q2 by the other two charges? (To
the right is positive.) Answer in units of N....

Three point charges are arranged as shown in the figure to the
right. Charge q1 = +2.0 nC and is located on the y-axis at y = 3.0
m, charge q2 = +6.0 nC and is located on the x-axis at x = 2.0 m,
and charge q3 = -5.0 nC and is located at x = +2 m, y = +3.0 m.
(a) What is the net force (magnitude and direction) acting on
charge q3?
(b) What is the...

Three point charges are arranged along the x-axis.
Charge q1 = +3.75 µC is at the origin, and
charge q2 = -5.25 µC is at x = 0.300
m. Charge q3 = -9.00 µC. Where is
q3 located if the net force on
q1 is 6.00 N in the −x-direction?

Three point charges q1, q2, and q3 are situated at three corners
of a rectangle as shown in the diagram below. Here q1 = +9.00 µC,
q2 = −9.00 µC, q3 = +2.00 µC.
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
electric potential at the center of the rectangle to be zero?
Include both magnitude and sign if...

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