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I am getting 0.144 nm for this but I didn't make use of the force. Do you have to use the force?

A force of 4.6 x 10-15 N acts between an electric dipole with dipole moment 2.3 x 10-29 C m and an electron.

How far away from the dipole is the electron located when it travels along the dipole axis?

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    Of course you have to use the force.

    E (which you calculate from the dipole moment, at some distance r) times q equal to force, which is given.
    Solve for r.

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