Question

Three charges *q*_{1}=1.00 *μ*C,
*q*_{2}=−1.00 *μ*C, and
*q*_{3}=2.00 *μ*C are placed in the
*xy* plane with *q*_{1} at the origin of the
coordinates, *q*_{2} on the *x* axis at
*x*_{2}=3.00 m, and *q*_{3} at
*x*_{3}=2.00 m and *y*_{3}=3.00 m.
What is the total electric potential energy of the three-charge
system measured from the point with all of them infinitely
apart?

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Answer #1

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