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anonymous
 3 years ago
A point charge q1= 4.00nC is at the point x= 0.60m , y= 0.80m , and a second point chargeq2 = +6.00nC is at the point x= 0.60m , y= 0.
Calculate the magnitude of the net electric field at the origin due to these two point charges.
anonymous
 3 years ago
A point charge q1= 4.00nC is at the point x= 0.60m , y= 0.80m , and a second point chargeq2 = +6.00nC is at the point x= 0.60m , y= 0. Calculate the magnitude of the net electric field at the origin due to these two point charges.

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anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0note that \(\vec E_{total} = \vec E_{q1} + \vec E_{q2}\) where \(\vec E = \frac{Q}{4 \pi \epsilon_o r^2}(\cos \theta \vec a_x + \sin \theta \vec a_y) \) where for q1, \(r_1^2 =(\vec r_1)^2 =(0.6^2 +0.8^2)\), \(\theta_1 =\tan^{1} \frac{0.8}{0.6}\) where for q2, \(r_1^2 =(\vec r_2)^2 =(0.6^2 +0^2)\), \(\theta_1 =\tan^{1} \frac{0}{0.6}\) do you need further help?

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Thank you for help. I wasnt able to reply for some reason
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