1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider the electric dipole shown in Figure P23.22. Show that the electric field at a distant point on the +x axis is Ex ≈ 4ke qa/x3. I tried to get a picture but that didn't work out but it basically shows a positive and a negative charge on the x-axis with a distance of 2a between them. Not sure how to do this one, it has something to do with finding the x and y components correct? 2. Relevant equations E=kq/r^2= k q/(a^2+y^2) 3. The attempt at a solution Not sure how to do this one, does it has something to do with using the above equations then finding the x and y components? if not I have no clue where to start.