Question

The charges and coordinates of two charged particles held fixed
in an *xy* plane are *q*_{1} = 2.74 μC,
*x*_{1} = 5.02 cm, *y*_{1} = 0.712 cm
and *q*_{2} = -3.79 μC, *x*_{2} =
-2.30 cm, *y*_{2} = 1.88 cm. Find the
**(a)** magnitude and **(b)** direction
(with respect to +x-axis in the range (-180°;180°]) of the
electrostatic force on particle 2 due to particle 1. At what
**(c)** *x* and **(d)** *y*
coordinates should a third particle of charge
*q*_{3} = 5.46 μC be placed such that the net
electrostatic force on particle 2 due to particles 1 and 3 is
zero?

Answer #1

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and q2 = -5.45 μC, x2 =
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