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Two small charged objects are located as shown in the diagram. In the diagram each square represents 1e-2 m. *Q*_{1} = -3 nC and *Q*_{2} = 7 nC. You will calculate the net electric field at location = <−0.04, −0.04, 0> m.

What is the electric field at due to *Q*_{1}?

What is the electric field at due to *Q*_{2}?

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