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16.62.A positive point charge Q1 = 2.6×10?5 C is fixed at the origin of coordinates, and a negative charge Q2 = ?5.7×10?6 C is fixed to the x axis at x=+1.5m.

Part A Find the location of the place(s) along the x axis where the electric field due to these two charges is zero.

Answer #1

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of coordinates, and a negative point charge Q2 = −5.4×10−6 C is
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Find the location of the place along the x axis where the
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Express your answer using two significant figures

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