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January 22, 2017
Number of results: 53,365

**physics**

Three point charges, +6.0 µC, +1.7 µC, and −2.3 µC, lie along the x-axis at 0 cm, 1.7 cm, and 6.0 cm, respectively. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? (To the right is positive.) The Coulomb constant is 8.99 × 10 9 N · m2 /C 2 . Answer in ...

*January 28, 2013 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Three point charges, +6.0 µC, +1.7 µC, and −2.3 µC, lie along the x-axis at 0 cm, 1.7 cm, and 6.0 cm, respectively. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? (To the right is positive.) The Coulomb constant is 8.99 × 10 9 N · m2 /C 2 . Answer in ...

*January 28, 2013 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Three point charges, +6.0 µC, +1.7 µC, and −2.3 µC, lie along the x-axis at 0 cm, 1.7 cm, and 6.0 cm, respectively. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? (To the right is positive.) The Coulomb constant is 8.99 × 10 9 N · m2 /C 2 . Answer in ...

*January 29, 2013 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Three point charges, +6.5 ¦ÌC, +1.4 ¦ÌC, and −3.9 ¦ÌC, lie along the x-axis at 0 cm, 1.8 cm, and 5.3 cm, respectively. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? (To the right is positive.) The Coulomb constant is 8.99 ¡Á 109 N ¡¤ m2/C2. Answer ...

*April 19, 2012 by jenny*

**physics**

Three point charges, +6.5 μC, +1.8 μC, and −3.4 μC, lie along the x-axis at 0 cm, 1.7 cm, and 5.4 cm, respectively. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? (To the right is positive.) The Coulomb constant is 8.99 × 109 N · m2/C2. Answer...

*February 21, 2016 by anonymous*

**Phyiosics**

Three point charges lie in a straight line along the y-axis. A charge of q1 = -9.50 µC is at y = 6.30 m, and a charge of q2 = -7.20 µC is at y = -4.00 m. The net electric force on the third point charge is zero. Where is this charge located? y = m

*December 19, 2010 by Ed*

**physics**

Three point charges lie in a straight line along the y-axis. A charge of q1 = -9.20 µC is at y = 6.60 m, and a charge of q2 = -8.00 µC is at y = -3.90 m. The net electric force on the third point charge is zero. Where is this charge located?

*April 23, 2013 by wendlen*

**physics**

Three point charges lie in a straight line along the y-axis. A charge of q1 = -9.80 µC is at y = 6.00 m, and a charge of q2 = -8.20 µC is at y = -4.10 m. The net electric force on the third point charge is zero. Where is this charge located?

*April 29, 2013 by John Miller*

**Physics**

Three point charges lie in a straight line along the y-axis. A charge of q1 = -9.10 µC is at y = 6.70 m, and a charge of q2 = -7.70 µC is at y = -3.60 m. The net electric force on the third point charge is zero. Where is this charge located?

*April 20, 2015 by Sarah*

**Physics**

Three point charges lie along the x-axis: q1 at x=15m has a charge of 2.2 x 10^-9C, q2 at x=2.0m has a charge of 5.4 x 10^-9C, q3 at x=0 has a charge of 3.5 x 10^-9C. What is the net force on q3?

*March 7, 2011 by Pauline*

**Physics**

Three point charges, +6.7e-6, +2.5e-6, and -3e-6, lie along the x-axis at 0 cm, 2.4 cm, and 5.7, repectively. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? (to the right is positive) . The coulomb constant is 8.99*10^9 N*m^2/C^2 What is the force exerted on q2 by ...

*May 1, 2012 by Justin*

**physics please help**

Three point charges, 5.6E-6, 2.2E-6, and -3.0E-6, lie along the x-axis at 0.00 m, 0.031 m, and 0.059 m. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? What is the force exerted on q2 by the other forces? And what is the force exerted on q3 by the other two charges? ...

*March 22, 2011 by alisha*

**physics**

Two point charges lie along the y axis. A charge of q1 = -12.0 µC is at y = 6.0 m, and a charge of q2 = -5.0 µC is at y = -3.0 m. Locate the point (other than infinity) at which the total electric field is zero.

*June 12, 2016 by bukky*

**physics**

Two point charges lie along the y axis. A charge of q1 = -12.0 µC is at y = 6.0 m, and a charge of q2 = -5.0 µC is at y = -3.0 m. Locate the point (other than infinity) at which the total electric field is zero.

*June 22, 2016 by bukky*

**physics**

Three point charges, q1, q2, and q3, lie along the x-axis at x=0, x=3 cm, and x=5 cm, respectively. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the electric force on each of the three points when q1=+6.0 muC, q2=+1.5 muC, and q3=-2.0 muC. I would add the forces. Watch direction. ...

*April 11, 2007 by Mischa*

**science(physics)**

Thank you very much for your help--I'm having trouble with this problem: what do i do? There are three point charges along the x axis: -4nC(0.5m left of y axis) 5nC(at origin) 3nC(0.8 right of y axis) I have to say what the electric field is at the point (2,0) and at the point...

*January 20, 2011 by APPRECIATIVE STUDENT*

**physics**

Two point charges are placed along a horizontal axis with the following values and positions: +6.0 µC at x = 0 cm and -24.0 µC at x = 60 cm. At what point along the x axis is the electric field zero?

*February 20, 2010 by Jithin*

**Physics**

Three charges q1, q2 and q3 lie along the x-axis. Charge q1=2.5 micro coulomb is at x= 1.5 m, while charge q2= 6.3 micro coulomb is at the origin. Where must the third charge q3 be placed on the axis so that the resultant force on it is zero?

*August 18, 2011 by Hilary*

**Physics**

The Superpostion Principle: Three point charges q1, q2 and q3 like along the x-axis at x=0, x=3.0cm and x=5.0cm, respectively. calculate the magnitude and direction of the electric force on each of the three point charges when q1 = +6.0 microcoulombs q2= +1.5 microcoulombs and...

*May 16, 2012 by Kelsi*

**why doesn't anybody ever help me.**

1. three point charges, q1, q2, q3, lie along the x-axis at x = 0,3,5, respectively. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the net electric force on q1 if q1 = +6 x 10^-6 C, q2 = +1.5 X 10^-6 C and q3 = -2.0 x 10^-6 C. my answre is 46.8 N to the right. is that correct? 2. a...

*February 14, 2008 by todi*

**physics- check**

1. three point charges, q1, q2, q3, lie along the x-axis at x = 0,3,5, respectively. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the net electric force on q1 if q1 = +6 x 10^-6 C, q2 = +1.5 X 10^-6 C and q3 = -2.0 x 10^-6 C. my answre is 46.8 N to the right. is that correct? 2. a...

*February 14, 2008 by todi*

**physics**

Two point charges are placed along a horizontal axis with the following values and positions: +3 µC at x = 0 cm and - 12 µC at x = 35 cm. At what point (the coordinate) along the x axis is the electric field zero? Expess the answer (in cm) with one decimal place.

*September 11, 2012 by AJ*

**PHYSICS**

Two point charges, 6.0 µC and -2.0 µC, are placed 6.0 cm apart on the x axis, such that the -2.0 µC charge is at x = 0 and the 6.0 µC charge is at x = 6.0 cm. (a) At what point(s) along the x axis is the electric field zero? (If there is no point where E = 0 in a region, ...

*February 24, 2010 by SHUBHANGI*

**physics**

Two point charges, 4.0 µC and -2.0 µC, are placed 5.4 cm apart on the x axis, such that the -2.0 µC charge is at x = 0 and the 4.0 µC charge is at x = 5.4 cm. (a) At what point(s) along the x axis is the electric field zero? (If there is no point where E = 0 in a region, ...

*February 5, 2012 by anybody*

**physics**

Two point charges, 4.0 µC and -2.0 µC, are placed 4.4 cm apart on the x axis, such that the -2.0 µC charge is at x = 0 and the 4.0 µC charge is at x = 4.4 cm. (a) At what point(s) along the x axis is the electric field zero? (If there is no point where E = 0 in a region, ...

*February 9, 2012 by Conor*

**physics**

Two point charges are placed on the x axis. (Figure 1) The first charge, q1 = 8.00nC , is placed a distance 16.0m from the origin along the positive x axis; the second charge, q2 = 6.00nC , is placed a distance 9.00m from the origin along the negative x axis. Calculate the ...

*February 4, 2014 by jrfannin*

**Physics**

We study the three point charges shown in the figure. They are held at the corners of an equilateral triangle with ℓ = 0.9 m. What is the electric potential energy of the system of three point charges? Use for the three charges q1 = +2Q, q2 = −3Q, and q3 = +Q, ...

*February 7, 2016 by Emily*

**physics**

Three charges lie along the x-axis. At x = 2.0m, a charge of 15x10^-6 C is fixed. At the origin, a charge of 30x10^-6 is fixed (like in question #8). Where can a third charge be placed between them so it feels no net force?

*May 6, 2013 by help*

**Physics**

Three point charges + q, -q and + q are placed at the vertices P, Q and R of an equilateral triangle. If F=1/4ðE q 2/ r2 where r is the side of the triangle, What is the force on charge at P due to charges at Q and R? It is along which direction.? Since one charge is +ve ...

*September 1, 2011 by Prathiksha*

**Physics**

Three point charges are arranged along the x axis: q1 = −4.43 nC at x1 = 199 mm, q2 = 2.33 nC at x2 = -302 mm, and a positive charge q3 at the origin. What is the value of q3 if the net force on this point charge has magnitude 4.50 µL?

*February 16, 2008 by Julia*

**mete**

Three point charges lie along a circle of radius r at angles of 30°, 150°, and 270° as shown in the figure below. Find a symbolic expression for the resultant electric field at the center of the circle.

*March 19, 2011 by Mina*

**physics**

Three point charges lie along a circle of radius r at angles of 30°, 150°, and 270° as shown in the figure below. Find a symbolic expression for the resultant electric field at the center of the circle.

*March 19, 2011 by Mina*

**physics**

4. Three point charges, +6.3 µC, +2.3 µC, and −3.4 µC, lie along the x-axis at 0 cm, 2.6 cm, and 5.2 cm, respectively. What is the force exerted on q1 by the other two charges? (To the right is positive.) The Coulomb constant is 8.99 × 109 N · m 2 /C 2 . Answer in ...

*May 5, 2015 by jamie*

**physics, help! urgent!**

A positive point charge q = +2.50 nC is located at x = 1.20 m and a negative charge of ƒ{2q = ƒ{5.00 nC is located at the origin. (a) Sketch the electric potential verses x for points on the x-axis in the range -1.50 m < x < 1.50 m. (b) Find a symbolic expression for ...

*November 14, 2012 by Ella*

**Physics**

Two charges lie on the x axis, +3q at the origin, and -2q at x = 5.0 m. The point on the x axis where the electric potential has a zero value (when the value at infinity is also zero) is

*September 14, 2014 by Marilly*

**Electr. and Magnetism**

1) A charge of 80nC is uniformly distributed along the x-axis from x= 0 to x= 2.0m. Determine the magnitude of the electric field at a point on the x-axis with x=8.0m. a] 30 N/C b] 15 N/C c] 48 N/C d] 90 N/C e] 60 N/C 2) 3 point charges, 2 positive and one negative, each ...

*January 31, 2011 by Allan*

**Physics**

Two point charges, 5.0 µC and -2.0 µC, are placed 5.0 cm apart on the x axis, such that the -2.0 µC charge is at x = 0 and the 5.0 µC charge is at x = 5.0 cm. At what point(s) along the x axis is the electric field zero? I'm not exactly sure how i should go by solving this.

*March 9, 2010 by Chris*

**Physics**

We study the three point charges. They are held at the corners of an equilateral triangle with ℓ = 0.7 m. What is the electric potential energy of the system of three point charges? Use for the three charges q1 = +2Q, q2 = −3Q, q3 = +Q, where Q = 120 nC

*January 31, 2016 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Two point charges, 3.0 µC and -2.0 µC, are placed 4.8 cm apart on the x axis, such that the -2.0 µC charge is at x = 0 and the 3.0 µC charge is at x = 4.8 cm. At what point(s) along the x axis is the potential zero? I know that between the two charges, the answer is 1.92 ...

*February 9, 2016 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Three point charges are arranged along the x-axis. Charge q1 = +2.75 µC is at the origin, and charge q2 = -5.25 µC is at x = 0.220 m. Charge q3 = -6.50 µC. Where is q3 located if the net force on q1 is 7.50 N in the −x-direction?

*January 27, 2013 by figo*

**physics**

Three point charges are arranged along the x-axis. Charge q 1 = +3.00 ìC is at the origin, and charge q 2 = -5.00 ìC is at x = 0.200 m . Charge q 3 = +8.00 ìC . Where is q 3 located if the net force on q 1 is 7.00 N in the −x direction?

*February 4, 2015 by Anonymous*

**physics**

11) Three point charges of magnitudes +6.0 mC, -7.0 mC, and -13 mC are placed on the x-axis at x = 0 cm, x = 40 cm, and x = 120 cm, respectively. What is the force on the -13 mC charge due to the other two charges? A) -0.55 N B) -0.79 N C) 0.55 N D) 0.79 N

*March 4, 2014 by sara*

**physics charges. please help!**

A charge Q = +4.5 uC is located at the origin and is fixed so that it cannot move. A small object with mass m = 2.0 g and charge q = +8.0 uC is released from rest at point A on the x-axis at x = 2.0 cm. The small object moves without friction along the x-axis under the ...

*November 12, 2012 by Matt*

**Physics**

A two dimensional object placed in the xy plane has three forces acting on it: a force of 3N along the x axis acting at a point (3m, 4m); A force of 2N along the y axis acting at (-2, 5m); and a force of 5N in the negative x direction acting at (-2m, -3m). What is the net ...

*November 23, 2014 by Alex*

**physics**

Three point charges are fixed in place in a right triangle. What is the electric force on the q = -0.63 µC charge due to the other two charges? (Let Q1 = +0.83 µC and Q2 = +0.9 µC.) what is the magnitude N, and direction in degrees ° above the positive x-axis?

*January 22, 2012 by john*

**Physics**

Three charges are located along the x axis as shown in the drawing. The mass of the -1.2 uC is 4.0×10^-9 kg. Determine the magnitude and direction of the acceleration of the -1.2 uC charge when it is allowed to move if the other two charges remain fixed. I need help ...

*November 25, 2015 by John*

**physics**

Two point charges, 3.4 μC and -2.6 μC, are placed 1.6 cm apart on the x-axis. At what points along the x-axis is (a) the electric field zero (b) the potential zero?

*March 1, 2010 by electric field*

**science**

three point charges are located on the positive y-axis of a coordinate system.charge q1 = -2.09 nC is 2.05 m from the origin and charge q2 = +2.70 nC is 3.25 m from the origin, and the third charge q3 = -2.56 nC is located 5.03 m on the positive y-axis.the fourth charge q4 = -...

*July 23, 2014 by glen*

**Physics**

Electric Field of Two Charges : 15.0 points A point charge is located at x=0, and a point charge is placed at on the -axis of a cartesian coordinate system.The goal of this problem is to determine the electric field, , at various points along the -axis. (a)What is (in N/C) ...

*February 24, 2013 by P*

**Physics**

Two particles, one with negative charge -Q and the other with positive charge +2Q, are separated by a distance d. Both charges lie on the x-acis with the negative charge at x=0. At what point(s) along the line joining the particles is the potential equal to zero? At what point...

*July 17, 2012 by Michael*

**MATH**

The image of point (-3,5) when reflected in the y-axis is: A.(5,-3) B.(5,-3) C.(-3,5) D.(3,5) Hint: the Y value will be the same and the X value will change signs. Here is a neat visual that will help you to understand reflections. Take a sheet of graph paper, draw the x and y...

*August 11, 2007 by Tashanna*

**Physics**

webassign(.)net/yf/22-30.gif The image above shows some of electric field lines due to 3 poin charges along the vertical axis. All 3 charges have the same magnitude. A. What are the signs of the 3 charges? Explain reasoning. B. At what points is the magnitude of the electric ...

*February 2, 2013 by Justin*

**physics**

Three identical charges (q =4.3 µC)lie along a circle of radius 1.9 m at angles of 30°, 150°, and 270°, as shown in the figure below. What is the electric field at the center of the circle? I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE ZERO BUT MY PROF TELLS ME THAT'S WRONG WHY?

*February 18, 2015 by MIKE*

**physics very hard**

webassign(.)net/yf/22-30.gif The image above shows some of electric field lines due to 3 poin charges along the vertical axis. All 3 charges have the same magnitude. A. What are the signs of the 3 charges? Explain reasoning. B. At what points is the magnitude of the electric ...

*February 4, 2013 by Julie*

**physics**

A positive point charge = 2.1×10−5 is fixed at the origin of coordinates, and a negative point charge = −5.4×10−6 is fixed to the axis at . abeer abdullah Part A Find the location of the place along the axis where the electric field due to these two charges...

*March 6, 2010 by sami*

**Physics**

The figure below shows two pint charges, each of -2Q, fixed on the y-axis at y = +a and at y = -a . A third points charge -Q is placed on the x-axis at x = 2a . Express all algebraic answers in terms of Q, a, and fundamental constants. (a) What is the net force (magnitude and ...

*September 5, 2010 by David*

**physics 2**

Two charges, -17 and +3.6 µC, are fixed in place and separated by 3.2 m. (a) At what spot along a line through the charges is the net electric field zero? Locate this spot relative to the positive charge. (Hint: The spot does not necessarily lie between the two charges.) (b) ...

*July 2, 2012 by Natasha*

**physics**

Two charges, -17 and +3.6 µC, are fixed in place and separated by 3.2 m. a) At what spot along a line through the charges is the net electric field zero? Locate this spot relative to the positive charge. (Hint: The spot does not necessarily lie between the two charges. (b) ...

*July 3, 2012 by Natasha*

**physics**

Two charges are placed on the x axis. One of the charges (q1 = +9.4 µC) is at x1 = +3.1 cm and the other (q2 = -22 µC) is at x2 = +9.3 cm. Find the net electric field (magnitude and direction) at x = +6.5 cm. (Use the sign of your answer to indicate the direction along the x...

*January 8, 2011 by michelle*

**Physics**

Find the electrical potential energy (EPE) of three point charges placed as follows on the x-axis: +2.0 μC at x = 0, +3.0 μC at x = 20 cm, and +6.0 μC at x = 50 cm. Take the (EPE) to be zero when the charges are far separated.

*January 23, 2012 by rad*

**Physics**

A)When point charges q1 = +1.5 ìC and q2 = +5.7 ìC are brought near each other, each experiences a repulsive force of magnitude 0.77 N. Determine the distance between the charges. B)Two point charges are fixed on the y axis: a negative point charge q1 = -29 ìC at y1 = +0.21...

*October 1, 2011 by Kelli*

**Physics**

Three particles A, B, C start from the origin from the same time, A with velocity a along x-axis, B with velocity b along y-axis, C with velocity c in xy plane along a line x=y. What should be the magnitude of c so that they always remain collinear is (a). (a+b)/2 (b). √...

*November 6, 2014 by Edward*

**physics**

Two charges, -37 µC and +3 µC, are fixed in place and separated by 2.8 m. (a) At what spot along a line through the charges is the net electric field zero? Locate this spot relative to the positive charge. (Hint: The spot does not necessarily lie between the two ...

*January 23, 2007 by Ann*

**physics**

A 41.0-kg body is moving in the direction of the positive x axis with a speed of 306 m/s when, owing to an internal explosion, it breaks into three pieces. One part, whose mass is 8.0 kg, moves away from the point of explosion with a speed of 326 m/s along the positive y axis...

*March 24, 2014 by Tsion*

**physic**

two point charges are placed on the x axis as follows: charge q1 = +4.00 nc is located at x = 0.200 m, and charge q2 = +5.00 nc is at x = -0.300 m what ae the magnitude and direction of the net force exerted by these two charges on a negative point charges q3 = -0.600 nc ...

*February 13, 2013 by yanis*

**physics**

Two point charges lie on the x axis. A charge of 6.2μC is at the origin, and a charge of -9.5μC is at x=10.0cm. What is the net electric field at (a) x=−4.0cm and at (b) x=+4.0cm?

*January 30, 2014 by afton*

**science**

Two point charges 8q and -2q are located at x=0 and x=l find the location on the x axis where electric field due to these two point charges is zero

*May 25, 2011 by Prasoon*

**Class 11th Physics**

I have read about Rotatory Motion it says "It is that motion in hwich body, which is not a point mass body is moving such that all its constituent particles move simultaneously along concentric circles, whose centres lie on a line, called axis of rotation and shift through ...

*August 6, 2009 by Akashdeep*

**physics**

have homework due soon, need help thanks. Two point charges are placed on the x axis.(Figure 1) The first charge, q1 = 8.00nC , is placed a distance 16.0m from the origin along the positive x axis; the second charge, q2 = 6.00nC , is placed a distance 9.00m from the origin ...

*February 4, 2014 by jrfannin*

**physics**

Two spheres are mounted on identical horizontal springs and rest on a frictionless table, as in the drawing. When the spheres are uncharged, the spacing between them is 0.05 m, and the springs are unstrained. When each sphere has a charge of +1.6 £gC, the spacing doubles. ...

*February 25, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Two charges are placed on the x axis. One of the charges (q1 = +9.3 µC) is at x1 = +3.4 cm and the other (q2 = -20 µC) is at x2 = +8.9 cm. (a) Find the net electric field (magnitude and direction) at x = 0 cm. (Use the sign of your answer to indicate the direction along the ...

*January 28, 2013 by Jasmine*

**Physics**

1)Three positive particles of charges 9µC are located at the corners of an equilateral triangle of side 15cm. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the force on each charge. 2)What is the electric field strength at a point in space where a proton (m = 1.67 x 10-27 kg) ...

*February 22, 2007 by Nat*

**physics**

1) A parallel plate capacitor has a potential difference between its plates of 1.2 V and a plate separation distance of 2.0 mm. What is the magnitude of the electric field if a material that has a dielectric constant of 3.3 is inserted between the plates? 2) Three point ...

*October 9, 2006 by kevin*

**physics**

Two charges are located along the x-axis. One has a charge of 6.2 µC, and the second has a charge of −3.1 µC. The Coulomb constant is ke = 8.98755 × 10 9 N m2 /C 2 The acceleration of . gravity is 9.81 m/s 2 . If the electrical potential energy associated with the ...

*April 11, 2011 by Jack*

**physics**

A particle carring a charge of 6*10^-5C is located half way b/n two charges 40cm apart. One carries a charge of 1*10^-4C and the other -1*10^-4 C. If the three charges lie on the same straight line, what is the magnitude and direction of force on the 6*10^-5 C charge?

*January 11, 2012 by Nuwaya*

**Physics**

Two point charges are placed on the x axis. The charge +4q is at x=3.00 m, and the -q charge is at x=-3.00. a) There is a point on the x axis between the two charges where the electric potential is zero. Where is this point? Found it to be: -1.80m b) The electric potential ...

*February 12, 2011 by Rachel*

**College Physics**

A very long wire carries an I1 = 7.80 A current along the x axis and another long wire carries an I2 = 5.13 A current along the y axis. (I2 is directed upward on the y axis, and I1 is directed to the right on the x axis) What is the magnetic field at point P located at x = 4....

*February 23, 2014 by Amanda*

**Physics**

Picture the following: A square with 4 point charges. Charges Q are diagonal from eachother, and charges -Q are diagonal from eachother. The length of each side is "a". One of the -Q charges is "kicked" away with an outward initial speed of V0, while the three other charges ...

*February 12, 2011 by Rachel*

**physics**

A circular disc of radius 'r' carries uniform charge distribution of surface charge density 'A'. If the disc lies on the z = 0 plane, with its axis along the z axis, find the electric field at a point P, along the z axis that passes through the center of the disk perpendicular...

*September 18, 2014 by Anupam*

**Physics 112**

Two stationary point charges of 5.00 and 2.00 are separated by a distance of 60.0 . An electron is released from rest at a point midway between the charges and moves along the line connecting them. What is the electric potential energy of the electron when it is at the ...

*February 11, 2011 by Margaret*

**Physics**

Charges q1 and q2 lie on the x-axis at points x= -a and x= +a respectively a) how must must q1 and q2 be related for the net force +Q placed at x= +a/2 to be zero?

*January 9, 2016 by Ibrahim*

**physics**

Three identical uniform meter sticks are placed on the floor. The first stick lies along the y axis from y = 0.320 m to y = 1.32 m. The second stick lies along the x axis from x = 0.330 m to x = 1.33 m. The third stick is positioned so that one end is on the x axis at x = 0....

*March 21, 2014 by Sami*

**Physics**

Two charges are located along the x-axis. One has a charge of 6.3 μC, and the second has a charge of −3.4 μC. If the electrical potential energy associated with the pair of charges is −0.043 J,what is the distance between the charges? The value of the ...

*March 6, 2012 by Willow*

**science**

3 charges are arranged along the x-axis. q1 = -4.50 nC is located at x = 0.200m q2 = +2.50 nC is located at x = -0.300m q3 = is a positive character located at the origin. What is the value of q3 for the net eletric force on it to be 4*10^-6 N? I found the charge on q3 to be...

*July 19, 2016 by andrei*

**Physics**

3 charges are arranged along the x-axis. q1 = -4.50 nC is located at x = 0.200m q2 = +2.50 nC is located at x = -0.300m q3 = is a positive character located at the origin. What is the value of q3 for the net eletric force on it to be 4*10^-6 N? I found the charge on q3 to be...

*January 16, 2012 by Kyle*

**Physics**

An object is being acted upon by three forces and moves with a constant velocity. One force is 60N along the x-axis, the second force is 75N along a direction making a counterclockwise angle of 150 degrees with the x-axis. What is the direction of the third force, measured ...

*October 6, 2010 by Amanda*

**physics**

Two identical negative charges are located on the y axis, at y = +4m and y = -4m. What is the direction of the net electric field at a point on the x axis at x = 2m?

*April 25, 2010 by physics gal*

**physics**

Please Help, Two point charges are fixed on the y axis: a negative point charge q1 = -23 µC at y1 = +0.23 m and a positive point charge q2 at y2 = +0.33 m. A third point charge q = +7.8 µC is fixed at the origin. The net electrostatic force exerted on the charge q by the ...

*March 30, 2012 by matt*

**physics**

Two point charges, 4.0×10-6 C and -1.0×10-6 C, are located on the x axis at = -1.0 cm and = 3.0 cm. (a) Determine the electric field at the origin. (b)Determine the x coordinate of a point on the positive x axis where the electric field is zero; i.e., a test charge placed at...

*January 30, 2011 by help*

**physics**

Two point charges are fixed on the y axis: a negative point charge q1 = -22 µC at y1 = +0.24 m and a positive point charge q2 at y2 = +0.37 m. A third point charge q = +7.7 µC is fixed at the origin. The net electrostatic force exerted on the charge q by the other two ...

*January 6, 2011 by michelle*

**physics**

Two point charges are fixed on the y axis: a negative point charge q1 = -22 µC at y1 = +0.24 m and a positive point charge q2 at y2 = +0.37 m. A third point charge q = +7.7 µC is fixed at the origin. The net electrostatic force exerted on the charge q by the other two ...

*January 6, 2011 by michelle*

**Physics**

Two point charges are fixed on the y axis: a negative point charge q1 = -26 µC at y1 = +0.21 m and a positive point charge q2 at y2 = +0.38 m. A third point charge q = +8.5 µC is fixed at the origin. The net electrostatic force exerted on the charge q by the other two ...

*January 23, 2012 by Anne*

**Physics**

Two point charges are fixed on the y axis: a negative point charge q1 = -26 µC at y1 = +0.21 m and a positive point charge q2 at y2 = +0.38 m. A third point charge q = +8.5 µC is fixed at the origin. The net electrostatic force exerted on the charge q by the other two ...

*January 24, 2012 by Anne*

**physics**

Two point charges are fixed on the y axis: a negative point charge q1 = -23 µC at y1 = +0.23 m and a positive point charge q2 at y2 = +0.33 m. A third point charge q = +7.8 µC is fixed at the origin. The net electrostatic force exerted on the charge q by the other two ...

*March 29, 2012 by Kelly*

**Physics**

Two point charges are fixed on the y axis: a negative point charge q1 = -26 µC at y1 = +0.21 m and a positive point charge q2 at y2 = +0.30 m. A third point charge q = +8.5 µC is fixed at the origin. The net electrostatic force exerted on the charge q by the other two ...

*September 6, 2013 by Sarah*

**Physic**

Two point charges of magnitude +40x10^-6C and -60x10^-6C are placed 50 cm apart. What is the distance from +40x10^-6C charge along the line joining the two point charges if the resultant potential is zero

*December 16, 2014 by Syam*

**Physics #66**

Two charges are placed on the x axis. One of the charges (q1 = +9.3 µC) is at x1 = +3.4 cm and the other (q2 = -20 µC) is at x2 = +8.9 cm. (a) Find the net electric field (magnitude and direction) at x = 0 cm. (Use the sign of your answer to indicate the direction along the ...

*January 25, 2013 by Elizabeth*

**Physics**

a metal sample carrying a current along X-axis with density Jx is subjected to a magnetis field Bz(along z-axis). the electric field Ey developed along Y-axis is directly proportional to Jx as well as Bz. the constant of propotionality has SI unit. 1. m²/As 2. m²/A 3.As/m³ ...

*May 1, 2013 by Anurag*

**Physics**

a metal sample carrying a current along X-axis with density Jx is subjected to a magnetis field Bz(along z-axis). the electric field Ey developed along Y-axis is directly proportional to Jx as well as Bz. the constant of propotionality has SI unit. 1. m²/As 2. m²/A 3.As/m³ ...

*May 1, 2013 by aku*

**physics urgent**

a metal sample carrying a current along X-axis with density Jx is subjected to a magnetis field Bz(along z-axis). the electric field Ey developed along Y-axis is directly proportional to Jx as well as Bz. the constant of propotionality has SI unit. 1. m²/As 2. m²/A 3.As/m³ ...

*May 1, 2013 by akanksha*