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CAPA 2 1 . Two 1.70 µC point charges are located on the x axis. One is at x = 1.09 m, and the other is at x = -1.09 m. Determine the electric field on the y axis at y = 0.517 m. Answer: 2 . Calculate the electric force on a -3.18 µC charge placed on the y axis at y = 0.517 m. Answer: 3 . An electron is projected at an angle of 29.5° above the horizontal at a speed of 8.11×10 5 m/s in a region where the electric field is E = 396 j N/C. Neglecting the effects of gravity, calculate the time it takes the electron to return to its initial height. Answer: 4 . Calculate the maximum height it reaches.
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CAPA 2 Answer: 5 . Calculate its horizontal displacement when it reaches its maximum height. Answer: 6 . A -14.8 nC charge is located at the origin. What is the electric field at the position ( x,y ) = (0.00 cm, 6.87 cm)? (Write your answer in component form, x -component first followed by the y -component.) Answer 1 of 2: Answer 2 of 2: 7 . What is the electric field at the position ( x,y ) = (-6.87 cm, -6.87 cm)? (Write your answer in component form, x -component first followed by the y -component.)
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