1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data find the electric dipole moment of the system shown in figure 2. Relevant equations In the simple case of two point charges, one with charge +q and the other one with charge −q, the electric dipole moment p is: where d is the displacement vector pointing from the negative charge to the positive charge. 3. The attempt at a solution I thought dipole moment would be zero because there is no dipole in the system.+2q and -q can not make a dipole because for a dipole we need two equal and opposite charges which is not the case here.+2q and +q can not make a dipole either.and +q and +q they don't fulfil the criteria so if no dipole "dipole moment "should be zero.other confusion that i am facing is whether this system is in equilibrium .or the charges can move due to repulsion/attraction.