Physics (Don't understand the picture!)

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Alright, so I don't get what this question is asking me about electrical charges. It has a little circle/atom and then a billion arrows surrounding it and pointing to it, kind of like an asterisk *, and then the question is:

"What is the charge on the particle shown?"
~negative
~positive
~both
~neither

Here's the best I can do for what the picture looks like, imagine the little arrows on every side all around the circle:

->o<-
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