Posted by **Jake** on Wednesday, February 24, 2010 at 10:20am.

A rectangle with sides (a=1m) and (b=2m) has a set of discrete charges at the following locations:

upper left: q =1nC

lower left: q = 1nC

lower right: -2q = -2nC

Find the Coulomb force on a charge of q =1nC at the upper right hand side of the rectangle.

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