(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

2 charges of 4x10^-6 C are located at the origin and at x=8m y=0m.

Find the E field at x=6m. and graph the e field in the x direction with respect to x from -3m<x<11m

2. Relevant equations

E=kq/r

3. The attempt at a solution

sorry, idk how to use subscripts. If you see a number after a letter that means its a sub, E1 is for the charge at the origin.

E=E1-E2=kq1/r1^2 - kq2/r2^2

=(9x10^9)(4x10^-6)/2^2 - (9x10^9)(4x10^-6)/6^2= -8000 N/C

I attached my graph sorry for a crappy paint drawing. The curves should be more rounded.

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