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Two point charges Q1 and Q2 are 4C. They are 10cm apart. At what distance betwen the charges the net electric field will be zero?

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At the midpoint between the charges, 5 cm from each. The E-fields due to each charge are equal and opposite there, ands cancel each other out

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