Question

In the figure, the particles have charges *q*_{1}
= -*q*_{2} = 150 nC and *q*_{3} =
-*q*_{4} = 91 nC, and distance *a* = 3.9 cm.
What are the **(a)** *x* and
**(b)** *y* components of the net electrostatic
force on particle 3?

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