Question

A point particle with charge

*q* = 4.6 *μ*C

is placed on the *x* axis at

*x* = −10 cm

and a second particle of charge

*Q* = 7.0 *μ*C

is placed on the *x* axis at

*x* = +25 cm.

(a) Determine the *x* and *y* components of the
electric field due to this arrangement of charges at the point

(*x*, *y*) = (10, 10)

(the units here are centimeters).

E_{x} |
= N/C |

E_{y} |
= N/C |

(b) Determine the magnitude and direction of the electric field at
this point.

magnitude | N/C |

direction | ° counter-clockwise from the +x axis |

Answer #1

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