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A) Two charges, -3.0 μC and -4.0 μC, are located at (-0.50 m, 0) and (0.75 m, 0), respectively. (a) Is the location of a point on the x-axis between the two charges where the electric field is zero (1) nearer the -3.0 - μC charge, (2) at the origin, or (3) nearer the -4.0 - μC charge? Why? (b) Find the location of the point where the electric field is zero.

B)Three charges, +2.5 μC, -4.8 μC, and -6.3 μC, are located at (-0.20 m, 0.15 m), (0.50 m, -0.35 m), and (-0.42 m,-0.32 m), respectively. What is the electric field at the origin?

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Two point charges -7 μC and -2 μC are located at the origin and
a point (0.18 m, 0) respectively. Find the electric field due to
these charges at a point (0.39 m, 0).
a.) E=______ V/m
b.)What is the electric potential at this point?
V=_____V
c.) Find the force acting on a point charge of 5 μC located at this
point.
F=______N

Point charge 3.0 μC is located
at x = 0, y = 0.30 m, point charge
-3.0 μC is located at x = 0 y =
-0.30 m. What are (a)the magnitude and (b)direction of the
total electric force that these charges exert on a third point
charge Q = 5.0 μC at x =
0.40 m, y = 0?

A positive point charge q1 = 3.0 μC is located at x = 0, y =
0.30 m, a negative point charge q2 = -3.0 μC is located at x = 0, y
= -0.30 m. A third point charge Q = 4.0 μC is located at x = 0.40
m, y = 0.
A)What is the magnitude of the total electric force that charges
q1 and q2 exert on charge Q? Express your answer in newtons.
B)What is the...

Three +3.0-μC point charges are at the three corners of a square
of side 0.50 m. The last corner is occupied by a -3.0-μC charge.
Find the magnitude of the electric field at the center of the
square. (k = 1/4πε0 = 8.99 × 109 N ∙ m2/C2)

Three +3.0 μC point charges are at the three corners of a square
of side 0.50 m. The remaining corner is occupied by a negative -3.0
μC charge. Find the magnitude of the electric field at the center
of the square. (k = 1/4πε0 = 8.99 × 109 N ∙
m2/C2)

A 9-μC positive point charge is located at the origin and a 10
μC positive point charge is located at x = 0.00 m,
y = 1.0 m. Find the coordinates of the point where the net
electric field strength due to these charges is zero.

Point charges of -2.93 μC and +6.63 μC are placed 0.898 m apart,
with the negative charge at the origin and the positive charge on
the +y-axis. (a) At what location, in meters, is
the electric field due to these charges zero?

A point charge of –3.00 μC is located at the origin; a point
charge of 4.00 μC is located on the x axis at x = 0.200 m; a third
point charge Q is located on the x axis at x = 0.320 m. The
electric force on the 4.00 μC charge is 240 N in the +x direction.
(a) Determine the charge Q. (b) With this configuration of three
charges, at what location(s) is the electric field zero? (-97.2...

Point charges of -3.59 μC and +5.58 μC are placed 0.6 m apart,
with the negative charge at the origin and the positive charge on
the +y-axis. (a) At what location, in meters, is
the electric field due to these charges zero? Do not enter units
with your answer.

Two charges Q1 = -3 μC and Q2 = +3 μC are
located on the y-axis at y1 = -5 cm and y2 =
+5 cm respectively. A third charge Q3 is added on the
y-axis at y3 = -10 cm so that the electric field at the
origin is equal to zero. What is the charge Q3?

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