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Three equal point charges, but of varying signs, are placed on the corners of a square as shown in the figure below. Which of the arrows shown represents the direction of the net electric force acting on a point charge +Q placed at the center of the square? A) B B) A C) D D) C

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It's A, the two -qs cancel.
so u saying the answer is option A?

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help :)
Yes, A.
i failed it :(
i have one more trial left
Do you draw the pic correctly?
Did you draw the pic correctly?
yes i did
I can't think any other answer. But if i were you, i'll try C. Even if it's clearly wrong.
k :)
dont wanna risk it though
The charge is +Q or -Q?
I have nothing to say here anymore then :)
yeah thanks alot demitris got it right,i think imron07 meant the same too

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