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Two charges lie in a line along the x axis. Charge 1 is q1= 0.75C and charge 2 is q2= 2.35 C. They are each a distance of d=0.025m from the origin. What is the distance on the x- axis from the origin at which the electric field will be zero. Give answer in meters.

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