Physics

Two charges are placed on the x axis, q1 = 6 uC is placed at
x = 25 cm, and q2 = -10 uC (negative charge) is placed at x =
50 cm. Calc. the electric field due to q1 at the origin point
(0,0). This electric field points left and so is a negative
vector (- i )

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