# College Physics II

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A charge of -4.191 μC is located at (5.100 m, 6.402 m), and a charge of 1.895 μC is located at (-1.436 m, 0).

Calculate the electric potential at the origin

There is one point on the line connecting these two charges where the potential is zero. What is the x-coordinate of this point?

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