ch21-p063 - 63. We are looking for a charge q which, when...

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where q 3 is now understood to be in µ C. Thus, we obtain q 3 = –45 C. 63. We are looking for a charge q which, when placed at the origin, experiences G F net = 0, where G G G G FF F F net =++ 123 . The magnitude of these individual forces are given by Coulomb’s law, Eq. 21-1, and without loss of generality we assume q > 0. The charges q 1 (+6 C), q 2 (–4 C), and q 3 (unknown), are located on the +
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