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Two charges of magnitude

Q_{1}=3×10^{-4}C and Q_{2}= -10^{-4} C are placed at the

points P(1, 2, 3) and Q(2, 0, 5) in vacuum. Compute the force on Q_{2} due to Q_{2} .

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Two charges of magnitude Qı=3×10“ C and Q2= -104 C are placed at the points P(1, 2, 3) and Q(2, 0, 5) in vacuum. Compute the force on Q2 due to Q1.