What is the electric field at the location
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Field and force with three charges


At a particular moment, three small charged balls, one negative and two positive, are located as shown in the figure. Q1 = 2 nC, Q2 = 6nC, and Q3 = -4 nC.


Q1 = 2 nC = 2*10-9 C

Q2 = 6 nC = 6*10-9 C

Q2 = -4 nC = -4*10-9 C

k = 8.988*109 N*m2/C2 is Coulomb's constant


(a1) What is the electric field at the location of Q1, due to Q2?
Ë2=   N/C

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