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A π- ("pi-minus") particle, which has charge -e, is at location ‹ 3.00e10-9, -2.00e10-9, -3.00e10-9› m. What is the electric field at location < -3.00e10-9, 3.00e10-9, 4.00e10-9> m, due to the π- particle?

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