1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A point charge q1 = -3.00 µC is situated at the origin. Another point charge q2 = 5.00 µC is located at the location x = 1.00 m. If another charge Q1 = 10.0 µC is placed at x = -0.100 m, what is the magnitude of the force on it? 2. Relevant equations F=[k(q1)(q2)]/r^2 E=F/Q (I'm not sure if this one is relevant, considering how I have no idea how to do this). 3. The attempt at a solution For two particles, I did the same thing and it worked. However, when I tried with 3 particles, obviously it didn't give me the right answer or else I wouldn't be here? F1= [(9x10^9)(10x10^-6)(-3x10^-6)]/(.1^2) = -27 i-hat F2= [(9x10^9)(10x10^-6)(5x10^-6)]/(1.1^2) = -.37 i-hat Fnet = -27 i-hat + -.37 i-hat = -27.37 i-hat. Meaning the magnitude would be 27.37 N, and it would be going in the negative i-hat direction. Of course, that was not the right answer, and I was really hoping for some help because I have no clue what to do. Thank you!