Question

A point charge with 72 μC sits at the origin, while another
point charge of -12 μC sits at *x* = 6.8 m. What is the
electric force on the -12 μC charge?

-1.144 N to the RIGHT

-1.144 N to the LEFT

-1.682×10^{-1} N to the RIGHT

-1.682×10^{-1} N to the LEFT

A third charge of -6 μC is placed at *x* = 1.7 m. What is
the magnitude of the TOTAL electric force on the -12 μC charge? (in
N)

-1.542x10^-1

1.822x10^-1

1.433x10^-1

1.931x10^-1

Answer #1

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