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? 

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