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How do I solve this problem? The answers were given.
Two point charges are separated by 25.0 cm. Find the net electric field these charges produce at:
(a) point A (Ans: 8740 N/C, to the right)
(b) point B (Ans: 6540 N/C, to the right)
(c) What would be the magnitude and direction of the electric force this combination of charges would
produce on a proton at A? (Ans: 1.40x10-15 N, to the right)

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  1. Wondering what the charges are at the point charges.

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