1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A thin wooden stick of length 12 cm has a tiny metal sphere glued to each end. A charge of +3 microC is placed on one sphere and a charge of -2 microC is placed on the other. The center of mass is located 7 cm from the positively- charged sphere. The system is mounted on a fixed horizontal E-W axle passing through the center of mass about which the system is free to rotate with no friction. When the system is then placed in a horizontal uniform southward electric field of 800 N/C, the resulting equilibrium position of the system is horizontal with the positive charge due S of the negative charge. What amount of torque (about the axle) is required to hold the system at an angular displacement of 25 degrees away from the equilibrium position? 2. Relevant equations torque = LqEsin(theta) 3. The attempt at a solution I tired plugging in the values into the equation: torque = (0.12)(1x10^-6)(800)(sin(25)) but it isn't coming out right. What am I doing wrong?