1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Figure 22-7a shows three particles with charges q1= +2Q, q2=-2Q, and q3 = -4Q, each a distance d from the origin. What net electric field E is produced at the origin? 2. Relevant equations E=q/r^2* 1/(4∏ε0) 3. The attempt at a solution So i calculated the of each particles separately. E1= (2Q/d^2)*1/(4∏ε0) E2= (-2Q/d^2)*1/(4∏ε0) E3=(-4Q/d^2*1)/(4∏ε0) now ƩFx= [-E1cos(30)-E2cos(30) -E3cons(30)]1/(4∏ε0) ƩFx= (-8Q/d^2)*cos(30)*1/(4∏ε0) ƩFy= [E1sin(30)+E2sin(30)-E3sin(30)]1/(4∏ε0) ƩFy= 2Q/d^2*sin(30)+2Q/d^2*sin(30) -4Qsin*(30) ƩFy=0 this means that we have a net electric field on the negative x direction of -8Q/d^2 *cos(30)*(1/(4∏ε0)). however, my book has the same answer but in the positive x direction. they used a different method to solved this. I attached the book's answer. what did i do wrong?