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Physics question with infinite nonconducting uniformly charged planes?

Two infinite non conducting uniformly charged planes lie parallel to each other and to the yx plane. One is at x=(-2.00m) and has a surface charge density of -3.50µC/m^2. The other is at x=(2.00m) and has a surface charge density of 6.00µC/m^2.Find the electric field in the region:
a) x<-2.00m
b)-2.00m c) x>2.00m
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