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A Three infinitely long lines charge problem

  1. Feb 18, 2017 #1
    Three infinitely long lines charge are located at x-axis, the line: x = 2, z = 2 (parallel to y-axis) and the line: x = y = z, respectively. They have the same uniform line charge density: 0 = 40
    Find the electric field intensity at the point A (2,2,0).

    I'm really stuck on this problem. I've read the material involving just a single line of a charge but I can find no info involving how to deal with this example in particular. I would love some help on this topic.
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