Rectangular coordinate system, Physics

 A negative point charge of 10-6 coulomb is located in air at the origin of a rectangular coordinate system. A second negative point charge of 10-4 is situated on the positive x-axis at a distance of 50 cm from the origin. What is the force on the second charge beacuse of  first? 

Posted Date: 3/29/2013 2:51:49 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Rectangular coordinate system, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Rectangular coordinate system, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Rectangular coordinate system Discussions

Write discussion on Rectangular coordinate system
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
#question.on which factor ionization and penetration depend ? how william cloud methode work to decet charge ?.

The x-component of the electric field categorized by an electric potential V(x,y,z) be capable of be expressed as -dV/dx holding y and z constant. This would propose that the units

How can light be defined in simplest form? The common explanation of 'light' (visible) is electromagnetic radiation visible to the human eye. It is only a little part of wha

Assume the condition for balance in a Wheatstone Bridge Using the principle of Wheatstone bridge, describe the method to determine the specific resistance of a wire in the laborato

please tell me some topics of biophysics.

1 Volt : Potential difference among two points will be 1 volt if 1 joule of work is needed to move a +ve charge of Coulumb from 1 point to another.

(a)   Explain the term 'capacitance' of a capacitor. Derive an expression for the total Capacitance of 'n' capacitors arranged in series. (b)   Explain the term 'capacitance' of

Faraday's laws of electrolysis (M. Faraday) Faraday's first law of electrolysis                    At time of electrolysis the amount of chemical change is proportion

Q. How does the height and air pressure affect the boiling point of water? Answer:- The only factor that finding the boiling point of water at any altitude is the barometr

A baton twirler throws a spinning baton directly upward. As it goes up and returns to the twirler's hand, the baton turns through four revolutions. Ignoring air resistance and assu