1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A dipole is centered at the origin, and is composed of charged particles with charge +e and -e, separated by a distance 7 ✕ 10-10 m along the y axis. The +e charge is on the -y axis, and the -e charge is on the +y axis. A proton is located at <0, 3 ✕ 10-8, 0> m. What is the force on the proton, due to the dipole? 2. Relevant equations E=k*[(2*q*s)/(r^3)] F=E*q 3. The attempt at a solution I calculated the electric field using the equation for a charged particle on axis with a dipole. I then multiplied that electric field by the charge of the proton(1.6e-19) I'm very lost with all this dipole stuff. Any and all help is appreciated!