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Two charged particles, q1 and q2, are located on the x-axis, with q1 at the origin and q2 initially at x1 = 12.2 mm. In this configuration, q1 exerts a repulsive force of 2.62 µN on q2. Particle q2 is then moved to x2 = 18.8 mm. What is the force (magnitude and direction) that q2 exerts on q1 at this new location? (Give the magnitude in µN.)

magnitude?

direction?

Answer #1

Two charged particles are located on the x-axis. The
particle with charge
q1 = 5.30 µC
is located at
x1 = 1.25 cm
and the particle with charge
q2 = −2.46 µC
is located at
x2 = −1.80 cm.
(a)
Determine the total electric potential (in V) at the origin.
V
(b)
Determine the total electric potential (in V) at the point with
coordinates (0, 1.50 cm).
V

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(a) magnitude and (b) direction
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(a)
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V
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