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CAPA
1
A
1
A 4.20×10
9
C charge is located 3.27 m from a 2.97×10
9
C charge. Find the
magnitude of the electrostatic force exerted by one charge on the other.
Answer:
2.
Calculate the Coulomb force on
q
1
, as seen in the figure below. Choose forces to the right be
positive and forces to the left negative.
Assume
q
1
= 1.26 µC,
q
2
= 5.76 µC and
q
3
= 2.72 µC.
r
1
= 3.41 cm and
r
2
= 2.18 cm.
Answer:
3
. Calculate the Coulomb force on
q
2
.
Answer:
4
. Calculate the Coulomb force on
q
3
.
Answer:
5
. Three point charges are arranged as shown. Find the vector electric field that the q
2
and q
3
charges together create at the origin. Take q
1
=4.05×10
9
C, q
2
=3.00×10
9
C, q
3
=6.48×10
9
C,
a=0.302 m and b=0.173 m.
What are the x and ycomponents of the electric field?
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. Find the vector force on the q
1
charge. What are the x and ycomponents of the force?
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