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A charge +Q and -2Q were placed on first and third of three very large parallel plates. The middle plate is earthed. Find the chargeon right extreem plate

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  1. Which plate is on the extreme right?
    Are they equally spaced?

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  2. Right extreem means the 3rd plate to which -2Q chage was placed.

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