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ranger

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I dont know how to approacg this problem.

Lets say that we have 3 positively charged particles, each having an equal charge of 11.0 uC (11*10^-6 C). These three particles are located at the (three) corners of an equilateral triangle with sides 0.15m. How can I calculate the magnitude and direction of the net force on each particle?

There is no need to do the math for me, just explain step-by-step how to approach it.

If anyone could help me out with this, I would appreciate it>>

What is the total charge of all electrons in 1.0kg of water.

--thank you

Lets say that we have 3 positively charged particles, each having an equal charge of 11.0 uC (11*10^-6 C). These three particles are located at the (three) corners of an equilateral triangle with sides 0.15m. How can I calculate the magnitude and direction of the net force on each particle?

There is no need to do the math for me, just explain step-by-step how to approach it.

If anyone could help me out with this, I would appreciate it>>

What is the total charge of all electrons in 1.0kg of water.

--thank you

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