# More Electrical Forces

Three charges are at the corners of an equilateral triangle with angles 60 degrees (q = 3.00 µC, L = 0.800 m).

(a) Calculate the electric field at the position of charge q due to the 7.00 µC and -4.00 µC charges.

>> I thought I had this right. Not sure why it isn't working!! Okay, I used E=ke(|q1|/r^2). I did this twice, for both charges. Then I broke it into x and y components and added the two together and got an answer of 105 i + 85.1 j kN/C.

The only thing I can think of is that I messed up a sign somewhere?? But I'm pretty sure they should all be positive...