1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two very large sheets of charge are seperated by a distance d. One sheet has a surface charge density +o and the other a surface charge density -o. A small region near the center of the sheets is shown. 1. Draw arrows on the diagram to indicate the direction of the electric fields at points A, B, C, and D 2. Compare the magnitudes of the electric fields at points A, B, C and D 3. How would the electric force exerted on a charged particle at point A compare to the electric force exerted on the same particle at point B? point C? point D? 2. Relevant equations E = F/q 3. The attempt at a solution 1. All pointing to the right 2. B>A=C>D. Electric field is imagining putting +1C of charge; therefore it would repel the + charge and attract to the - charge 3. I have trouble on this question. I think that at points A and C, E-force would be 0 because the electric force from + and - repel. At point B and D, it would be the same because they are equidistant from the electrodes?