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A 6 mC charge experiences a force of 6 N directed north. What is the electric field (magnitude and direction) at the location of the charge?

Would E=1000 N/C and direction is north

Find the force (magnitude and direction) on a -20 mC charge that replaces the 6 mC charge.

And F=20 N and direction is south?

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