Question

Two point charges, Q_{1} = 3.6 μC and Q_{2} =
-1.3 μC , are placed on the x-axis. Suppose that Q_{2} is
placed at the origin, and Q1 is placed at the coordinate
x1 = −6.0 cm (Figure
1).

Part A) At what point(s) along the xx axis is the electric field zero? Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the point(s). Express your answer using two significant figures. If there is more than one answer, enter your answers in ascending order separated by commas.

Part B) At what point(s) along the xx axis is the potential zero? Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the point(s).Express your answer using two significant figures. If there is more than one answer, enter your answers in ascending order separated by commas.

Answer #1

Two point charges, Q1 = 2.9 μC and Q2
= -1.3 μC , are placed on the x axis. Suppose
that Q2 is placed at the origin, and Q1 is placed
at the coordinate x1 = − 4.0 cm (Figure 1).
Part A
Part complete
At what point(s) along the x axis is the electric field
zero? Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the point(s).
Express your answer using two significant figures. If there is
more than one answer, enter your answers...

Two point charges, Q1 = 3.0 μC and Q2
= -1.9 μC ,are placed on the x axis. Suppose that
Q2 is placed at the origin, and Q1 is placed at
the coordinate x1 = − 3.0 cm (Figure 1).
1. At what point(s) along the x axis is the electric
field zero? Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the
point(s).
Express your answer using two significant figures. If there is
more than one answer, enter your answers in ascending order
separated...

Two point charges, Q1 = 3.3 μC and Q2 = -1.3 μC , are placed on
the x axis. Suppose that Q2 is placed at the origin, and Q1 is
placed at the coordinate x1 = − 4.0 cm. At what point(s) along the
x axis is the electric field zero? Determine the x-coordinate(s) of
the point(s). If there is more than one answer, enter your answers
in ascending order separated by commas. At what point(s) along the
x axis...

Two point charges, Q1 = 3.6 μC and Q2 = -1.6 μC , are placed on
the x axis. Suppose that Q2 is placed at the origin, and Q1 is
placed at the coordinate. x1 = -4.0 cm
At what point(s) along the xx axis is the electric field zero?
Determine the xx-coordinate(s) of the point(s).
At what point(s) along the xx axis is the potential zero?
Determine the xx-coordinate(s) of the point(s).

Two point charges, Q1 = 3.6 μC and Q2 = -1.4 μC , are placed on
the xx axis. Suppose that Q2 is placed at the origin, and Q1 is
placed at the coordinate x1 = − 6.0 cm.
1. At what point(s) along the x axis is the electric field zero?
Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the point(s).
2. At what point(s) along the x axis is the potential zero?
Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the point(s).

Two-point charges, Q1 = 3.0 μC and Q2 = -2.0 μC , are placed on
the x-axis. Suppose that Q2 is placed at the origin, and Q1 is
placed at the coordinate x1 = − 5.0 cm.
At what point(s) along the xx axis is the electric field zero?
Determine the xx-coordinate(s) of the point(s).
At what point(s) along the xx axis is the potential zero?
Determine the xx-coordinate(s) of the point(s).

Two point charges, Q1 = 3.6 μC and Q2 = -1.8 μC , are placed on
the x axis. Suppose that Q2 is placed at the origin, and Q1 is
placed at the coordinate x1 = − 5.0 cm (Figure 1).
At what point(s) along the x axis is the electric field zero?
Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the point(s).
At what point(s) along the x axis is the potential zero?
Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the point(s).

Two point charges, Q1 = 3.5 μC and Q2 = -1.5 μC , are placed on
the x axis. Suppose that Q2 is placed at the origin, and Q1 is
placed at the coordinate x1 = − 6.0 cm (Figure 1).
A)At what point(s) along the x axis is the electric field zero?
Determine the x-coordinate(s) of the point(s). Show Steps.

A point charge +6.8 μC is placed at the origin, and a second
charge –3.6 μC is placed in the x-y plane at (0.40 m , 0.50 m ).
Where should a third charge be placed in the plane so that the net
force acting on it is zero? Express your answers using two
significant figures. Enter the x and y coordinates of the charge
separated by a comma.

Two point charges Q1 = Q2 = +1.3 μC are fixed symmetrically on
the x-axis at x = ±0.386 m. A point particle of charge Q3 = +4.4 μC
and mass m = 18 mg can move freely along the y-axis.If the particle
on the y-axis is released from rest at y1 = 0.019 m, what will be
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