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What is the net electrostatic force on the charge q3 (-48ìC), due to charges q1(+78ìC) and q2 (+50ìC)?

  • help fast ,( physics) -

    use coulomb's law, add the forces as vectors.

  • help fast ,( physics) -

    this question will help me too, if only you can give abit more detail,when it comes to answering this question... please

  • help fast ,( physics) -

    The individual forces and the net force will depend upon charge separation distances and locations, which were not provided.

  • help fast ,( physics) -

    the distance between q3 and q2 is 48 cm and between q2 and q1 is 56 cm ??
    what would the answer be now?

  • help fast ,( physics) -

    drwls, here is a diagram of the problem:
    imgur dwtxf
    Because Jishka blocks internet addresses, you have to
    1. add com after imgur
    2. after com, add a forward slash

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