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A. Determine the electric field strength at a point 1.00 cm to the left of the middle charge shown in the figure below. (Enter the magnitude of the electric field only.)

B.If a charge of −7.81 µC is placed at this point, what are the magnitude and direction of the force on it?

(a Determine the electric field strength at a point 1.00 cm to the left of the middle Charge sh
in the gure below.
Enter the magnitude of the e ric eldon .
6.00 μC
1.50 μC
-2.00 μC
-3.00 cm
2.00 cm
N/C
(b) If a charge of-7.81 μc is placed at this point, what are the magnitude and direction of the force on it?
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Transcribed Image Text:(a Determine the electric field strength at a point 1.00 cm to the left of the middle Charge sh in the gure below. Enter the magnitude of the e ric eldon . 6.00 μC 1.50 μC -2.00 μC -3.00 cm 2.00 cm N/C (b) If a charge of-7.81 μc is placed at this point, what are the magnitude and direction of the force on it? magnitude 8 V-Select-- toward the right Need Hel toward the left downward
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