Charged Particle thread with linear charge force 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A uniformly charged thread with linear charge density 5 C/m lies along the curve y = (3/m) x^2 for 0≤x7m. The y component of the electric force it exerts on a 6 C point charge located at (3m, 0m, 2m) is given by: 2. Relevant equations line integral equation ∫ f(x, f(x)) √([x(t)]^2 +[y(t)]^2) fyi, the x(t), and y(t) are both derivatives, I just didn't see the symbol F = k Qq /r^2 3. The attempt at a solution As written I'm assuming that both charges are supposed to be positive. So they will be pushing away from each other. Since it is a point vs a thread, the force of the thread against the point will not create a secondary equation. I'm not exactly sure where to go. My point of integration will be very likely be from 0 to 7 as that is the value of x.