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Magnitude and direction of Net electric force

  1. Jul 7, 2015 #1
    I will like to know how to approach to this problem: Over the x-axis is Q1=60μC Q2=-80.0μC the separation between them is 50.0cm. There is a point A on the y-axis 40.0 cm above Q1, and a point B 40.0cm above Q2. I want to know how to approach to find the direction and magnitude of the Net electric field produced at A. Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. Jul 7, 2015 #2
    Hi joolivas

    As the first thread in this section of PF states, this area is for introductions - no questions. Please post your question in the appropriate forum: if its homework.course work, the homework section, ensuring you fill out the template (which includes what attempt/s you have made to solve the problem yourself).

    Welcome to PF, also!

    Stevie
     
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