1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data How to find the potential between two positive point charges? I don't know where I'm going wrong. ==I am adding V_1 and V_2. converted mC to C, cm to m, correct value of k. V1= kq1 / r1 v2= kq2/ r2. ==I am adding both of these, but I'm not getting the correct answer. ===Problem: A point charge of q1 = 2.37 µC is 44 cm from a charge of q2 =26.4 µC. Where is the electric field zero? What is the value of the potential there? ---------- electric field is zero at 0.101m (correct answer). I have r1= .101m and r2= .44m - .101= .34m. I'm using the correct value of k. == The answer is given as 2.34 * 10^6 V. Can you help me find out where I'm doing wrong?