1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hi, I have a couple different problems that I did not understand. I have the images here. The problems which I did not understand were: 12, 13, 17. [EDIT: I calculated answer to 12 using conservation of energy.] For 13, I know how the graph looks; however, I'm not sure how to calculate the two zeros as well as the local minimum on the left. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution 12. No idea whatsoever. I tried using the electrostatic forces equation, however there is no specific "r" value between where the Q2 and the other Q's are, so you can't do that. I think it might have something to do with momentum, but I'm not sure how to apply that. EDIT: Uo + Ko = Uf + Kf. Using this, I got the right answer Vo = 6.19 m/s. 13. I already have the graph which looks like this: The black spots are the values I need to find. I tried using the field graph to find the values, but it failed. I also tried using kq/r = kq/r to find the zeros, but I didn't get the right answers again. 17. This one I know how to do, I'm just confused on what to plug in. The ΔV = -EΔx, so then you do Delta V (125 > 100) + Delta V (100 > 50) + Delta V (50>25) and that should be the answer. However I'm not sure what to plug in for the "q" in each case. CORRECT ANSWERS 12. 6.19 m/s 13. The values of the two zeros are -5.46 m and 1.0 m. The y-value of the local min is -2.00 m. 17. 3.42 * 10^4 V I'd appreciate it for any help. Thank you!