Question

Two point charges of 8.62 x 10^{-9} C are situated in a
Cartesian coordinate system. One charge is at the origin while the
other is at (0.81, 0) m. What is the magnitude of the net electric
field at the location (0, 0.73) m

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(0,3) meters on the y-axis, while a second point charge of
+6.00x10-9 C is located at the point (x,y) = (4,0) meters on the
x-axis.
(a) Calculate the total electric field (magnitude and direction)
that these point charges generate at the origin of the
xy-coordinate system.
(b) A third point charge of -2.00x10-9 C is now placed at the
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degrees from the negative x-axis) of the net force on the charge at
(0, -5.0 m).

Two positive point
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A is located at the origin, and point charge
B is located at the position x = −5.00 cm =
−5.00✕10-2 m (on the negative x-axis). The
magnitude of charge A is two times greater than
that of charge B: qA =
2qB.
ke = 8.9876✕109
Nm2/C2
(A.) The electric
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and direction of the electric field at a point on the y-axis 0.25 m
from the origin.

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charge, (7/3) x 10-9 C. One charge is placed at
x = -3.00 m and the other at x =
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charges, x = 0 m?
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are located on the x axis at x1 = -1.0 cm and
x2 = 3.0 cm.
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