1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 60 μC point charge is at the origin. Find the electric field at the point x1 = 50 cm , y1 = 0. 2. Relevant equations Coulombs Law: F = (kQ1Q2)/r2 Electric Field: E = kQ/r2 k = 8.99*109 C 3. The attempt at a solution So taking Coulombs Law and deriving the Electric Field equation I then took my charge particle and set that equal to Q (First converting it from micro to full Coulombs), then taking the distance x and setting that equal to the r2 I put that in the denominator to finally solve for the Ex. Note that k is 8.99*109 Finally I do the same thing with the y-component, but this is my issue. When I take the numbers and divide by 0 I get the infamous infinity. So What Am I doing wrong here? Thanks in advance!!!