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the total electric field e consists of the vector sum of two parts. one part has a magnitude of e1 = 1284 n/c and points at an angle θ1 = 30° above the +x axis. the other part has a magnitude of e2 = 1833 n/c and points at an angle θ2 = 62° above the +x axis. find the magnitude and direction of the total field. specify the directional angle relative to the +x axis.

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