1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data two charged particles held fixed in the xy plane are: q1= +3.0 μC, x1=3.5 cm, y1= 0.50 cm, and q2= -4.0 μC, x2= -2.0 cm, y2= 1.5 cm. (question 1) What is the magnitude and the direction of the electrostatic force on q2. ? (question 2) Where would a third charge q3= +4 μC be placed so that the net electrostatic force on q2 is zero? 2. Relevant equations For question one i came out to 0.025N @144° ccw is that even remotely correct? 3. The attempt at a solution I don't want the answer, i would like to just know the steps so that i can try it for myself. Ive added the x's amd y's and came out with Ʃ x= 0.035-0.02= 0.015 Ʃ y= 0.005+0.015=.02 from here what can i do ? could i just inverse the angle from q2 to find the position?