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- Show the directions of the forces – repulsive for ke charges, attractive far opposite charges- on the piciorial representation, .
- When possible, do graphical vector addition on the pictorial representation. Although not , it tells you the type of answer you should expect
- Write each force vector in terms of its x and y components, and then add the components to find the net force. Use the pictorial representation to determine which components are positive and which are negative.
ASSESS: Check that your resut has the correct units, is reasonable, and answers the quesion.
Learning Goal: To practice Problem-Solving Strategy 22.1 for electric force problems.
Two charged particlas, with charges q1=q, and q2=4q, are located on the x axis separated by a distance of 2.00 cm. A third charged particle, with charge q3=q, is placed on the x axis such that the magnitude of the force that charge 1 exerts on charge 3 is equal to the force that charge 2 exerts on charge 3. Find the position of charge 3 when q=1.00 nC
Part A: Which of the following sketches represents a possible configuration for this problem?
Enter the letter(s) indicating the correct graph(s) in alphabetical order. For example, if you think that A and B are correct, enter AB.
An magnitude can be described as the measurement or the absolute value of a number. The magnitude is expressed as an integer positive. Simply put it is the amount of an amount. For instance how big an earthquake calculated on the Richter scale, typically varies in between 1-10, and is the measurement of the magnitude that the seismic event. A magnitude of 8 poses more hazardous than an earthquake that is 3 magnitude.