A doorframe is twice as tall as it is wide. There is a positive charge on the top left corner and an equal but negative charge in the top right corner. What is the direction of the electric force due to these charges on a negatively charged dust mite in the bottom left corner of the doorframe?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So I know the how to divide into components and analyze in the x an y directions to figure out the net force in x an y direction. But the problem is the values I plugged in were not correct because it was wrong. my answer was 32 or so degree.

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# Doorframe problem

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