# physics

a point charge of -4.00nc is the origin, and a second point charge of +6.00nc is on the x axis at x=0.800m. Find the magnitude and directin of the electric field at each of the following points on the x asix : a) x =20.0 cm b) x=1.20 m c) x = -20.0 cm

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asked by yan
1. sketch the diagram. Notice the E field points toward the negative charge due to the negative charge, and away from the + charge due to it. In between x=0 and x=.8, they both point toward the negative charge.

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2. E= 131 N/C

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posted by Teddy
3. E= 131 N/C
θ = 12.6 ∘ up from the negative x axis

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