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Posted by Paul on Sunday, October 9, 2011 at 5:30pm.

An infinitely long line charge of uniform linear charge density λ = -3.00 C/m lies parallel to the y axis at x = -2.00 m. A point charge of 4.70 C is located at x = 1.50 m, y = 2.50 m. Find the electric field at x = 2.50 m, y = 2.00 m.

I get 23.7 kN/C, why is that wrong?

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