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Three point charges, +6.0 μC, +1.8 μC, and −3.0 μC, lie along the x-axis at 0 cm, 1.5 cm, and 5.4 cm, respectively. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? (To the right is positive.) Coulomb constant is 8.99 × 10 N · m /C . Answer in units of N

(Part B): What is the force exerted on q2 by the other two charges? (To the right is positive.)Answer in units of N.

(Part C): What is the force exerted on q3 by the other two charges? (To the right is positive.) Answer in units of N.

Answer #1

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....

(Question 1 of 3) Three-point charges, +5.7 µC, +1.3 µC, and
−3.2 µC, lie along the x-axis at 0 cm, 1.6 cm, and 5.4 cm,
respectively. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two
charges? (To the right is positive.) The Coulomb constant is 8.99 ×
109 N · m2 /C 2 . Answer in units of N.
(Question 2 of 3)What is the force exerted on q2 by the other
two charges? (To the right is...

Two point charges lie on the x axis. A charge of 9.0 μC is at
the origin, and a charge of -5.5 μC is at x = 10 cm . A) At what
position x would a third charge q3 be in equilibrium? B) Does your
answer to part A depend on whether q3 is positive or negative?
Explain.

Three point charges are located on the x-axis at the
following positions: Q1 = +4.00 μC is at x = 1.00
m, Q2 = +6.00 μC is at x = 0.00, and Q3 = -8.00
μC is at x = -1.00 m. What is the magnitude of the
electric force on Q2? (k = 1/4πε0 = 8.99 × 109 N
∙ m2/C2)

Two point charges lie along the y-axis. A charge of
q1 = -8.5 μC is at y = 6.0 m,
and a charge of q2 = -6 μC is at
y = -4.0 m. Locate the point (other than infinity) at
which the total electric field is zero.

Two point charges lie on the x axis. A charge of 9.5 μC is at
the origin, and a charge of -5.3 μC is at x = 10 cm . Part A) At
what position x would a third charge q3 be in equilibrium?
Part B) Does your answer to part A depend on whether q3 is
positive or negative? Explain. Essay answers are limited to about
500 words (3800 characters maximum, including spaces).

Three charges, q1 = 9.0 nC, q2 = 5.0 nC, and q3 = –3.0 nC are
arranged in a right angle triangle as shown in the diagram. The
distance between q1 and q2 is r12 = 6.0 cm, and the distance
between q2 and q3 is r23 = 3.0 cm. Positive x is taken to the right
and positive y is taken upward.
I can not upload the graph so q2 at (0,0) q1 at (-6,0) q3 at
(0,-3)
question...

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 lie along the x-axis. One positive charge, q1 = 25
uC is at x = 0.25 m. Another charge, q2 = -5.0 uC, is located at
the origin. A third charge, q3 = -35 uC, is placed so that q2 is in
electrostatic equilibrium with q1 and q3. How large must the
electrostatic force between q2 and q3 be to balance the force
between q1 and q2?

Two point charges lie on the x axis. A charge of 6.0
μC is at the origin, and a charge of -9.6 μC is
at x=10.0cm. You may want to review (Pages 671 - 675)
.
What is the net electric field at x=−4.0cm?
Express your answer using two significant figures.
What is the net electric field at x=+4.0cm?

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