Coulomb force experienced at its centre, Physics

a) Three equivalent charges 2.0 micro coulomb each, are held fixed at the three corners of an equilateral triangle of side 5 cm. Determine the Coulomb force experienced at its centre.

b) An electric field of 20N/C exists along the X-axis in space. Measure the potential difference VB-VA where the points A and B are given by
(a) A = (0,0) and B = (4,2) metre.

(b) A = (4,2) meter and B=(6,5) metre.

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