The total electric flux from a cubical box 34.0 cm on a side is 1.29 x 103 N·m2/C. What charge is enclosed by the box?
Three charged particles are placed at the corners of an equilateral triangle of side d = 1.00 m (Fig. 16-53). The charges are Q1 = +4.0 µC, Q2 = -6.0µC, and Q3 = -6.0 µC. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the net force on each due to the other two.
Force on Q1: N at ° counterclockwise from +x axis (to the right)
Force on Q2: N at ° counterclockwise from +x axis (to the right)
Force on Q3: N at ° counterclockwise from +x axis (to the right)
Gauss' Law (I think)(I don't know how to type those symbols out sooo)
I'm not really sure on this one. I've tried setting it up F=(k)(d^2/|Q(#)Q(#)) to find the magnitude but that isn't working (or at least my numbers are weird for it)
The Attempt at a Solution
I tried to multiply (1.29
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