1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An electric dipole consists of +/- Q = 330nC separated by a distance of 1200nm. The dipole is initially oriented in the -i direction (along the negative x axis). The dipole is in a uniform external electric field of E=2500j N/C Determine the following: a) The magnitude of the torque on the dipole when it is at +165° to the +x axis b) The work done by the electric field to rotate the dipole to an angle of +110° to the +x-axis from its initial position 2. Relevant equations |T| = |P| |E| sin θ W = Uf-Ui 3. The attempt at a solution I get what to plug in to solve the problems, but the only issue I have is that I'm not sure what θ should be in these equations because I can't really visualize between what two vectors the angle is supposed to be between? When it says it's initially oriented in the -i direction, does that mean it has already rotated 180°? I'm confused.