Question

The x component of the electric field, at the origin of an xy plane, if there is a 0.4 C charge at position (-2, -3) and a 0.2 C charge at position (1, -3) is _____ N / C

The y component of the electric field, at the origin of an xy plane, if there is a 0.4 C charge at position (-2, -3) and a 0.2 C charge at position (1, -3) is _____ N / C

Answer #1

Two test charges are located in the x − y plane. If q 1 = − 3.65
nC and is located at x = 0.00 m, y = 0.880 m and the second test
charge has magnitude of q 2 = 3.60 nC and is located at x = 1.20 m,
y = 0.650 m, calculate the x and y components, E x and E y , of the
electric field, → E , in component form at the origin,...

Two charges are located in the x�y plane. If q1 = -2.30 nC and
is located at x = 0.00 m, y = 1 m and the second charge has
magnitude of q2 = 3.00 nC and is located at x = 1.40 m, y = 0.500
m, calculate the x and y components, Ex and Ey, of the electric
field, , in component form at the origin, (0,0). The Coulomb Force
constant is 1/(4pi E0) = 8.99 � 109...

A 80 μC point charge is at the origin.
1. Find the electric field at the point x1 = 40 cm
,y1 = 0.
2. Find the electric field at the point x2 = 50 cm ,
y2 = 50 cm .
3. Find the electric field at the point x3 = -30 cm ,
y3 = 55 cm .
(Express your answers using two significant figures.
Enter the x and y components of the electric field separated by a...

Two charges are located in the x�y plane. If q1 = -2.90 nC and
is located at x = 0.00 m, y = 0.920 m and the second charge has
magnitude of q2 = 3.40 nC and is located at x = 1.00 m, y = 0.600
m, calculate the x and y components, Ex and Ey, of the electric
field, , in component form at the origin, (0,0). The Coulomb Force
constant is 1/(4? ?0) = 8.99 � 109...

Three point charges are placed on the x-y plane: a +40.0 nC
charge at the origin, a −40.0 nC charge on the x axis at 15.0 cm,
and a +125.0 nC charge at the point (15.0 cm, 6.00 cm). (a) Find
the total electric force on the +125.0 nC charge due to the other
two. (b) What is the electric field at the location of the +125.0
nC charge due to the presence of the other two charges?

Consider an infinite plane of charge with a charge density of
+10 µC/m2. Assume that this plane is on the y-and
z-axes. That is, assume it is perpendicular to the x-axis and that
it passes through the origin.
a) What would be the electric field strength and direction at
the point (5 m, 0, 0)?
The strength is___________N/C
The direction is Answer: -x, x, -y, y, -z, or z
b) What would be the electric field strength and direction at...

An infinite plane in the xz plane carries a uniform
surface charge density σ1 = 66
nC/m2. A second infinite plane carrying a uniform charge
density σ2 = 32nC/m2 intersects the
xz plane at the z axis and makes an angle of 30°
with the xz plane as shown in the figure below. Find the
electric field in the xy plane at each of the following
locations.
(a) x = 6 m, y = 2 m
?? N/C î +...

GOAL Use the superposition principle to calculate the electric
field due to two point charges. Consider the following
figure.
The resultant electric field at P equals the
vector sum 1 + 2, where 1 is the
field due to the positive charge q1and
2 is the field due to the negative charge
q2.Two point charges lie along the
x-axis in the x y-coordinate plane.
Positive charge q1 is at the origin, and
negative charge q2 is at (0.300 m, 0). Point...

Two test charges are located in the x–y plane. If q1=−3.05 nC
and is located at x1=0.00 m, y1=0.640 m, and the second test charge
has magnitude of q2=3.80 nC and is located at x2=1.50 m, y2=0.800
m, calculate the x and y components, Exand Ey, of the electric
field →E in component form at the origin, (0,0). The Coulomb force
constant is 1/(4πϵ0)=8.99×109 N⋅m2/ C2.

1. A -13 nC charge is located at the origin. What is the
strength of the electric field at the position
(x,y)=(0cm,5.0cm)(x,y)=(0cm,5.0cm)? What is the strength of the
electric field at the position
(x,y)=(−5.0cm,−5.0cm)(x,y)=(−5.0cm,−5.0cm)? What is the strength of
the electric field at the position
(x,y)=(−5.0cm,5.0cm)(x,y)=(−5.0cm,5.0cm)?

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