Vector ApplicationsB.A.Y axisY axis7 uC0.5 m60°-X-axisXaxis2 iC-4 uCThree point charges of 2.00 µC, 7.00 uC, and-4.00 uC are located at the corners of an equilateraltriangle as shown above in picture A. The two on the x-axis are in fixed positions.1. In picture B, use trig and vector identities to calculate the x and y components of thedisplacement vector between the 2.00-uC charge and the 7.00-µC charge.

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Vector Applications
B.
A.
Y axis
Y axis
7 uC
0.5 m
60°
-X-axis
Xaxis
2 iC
-4 uC
Three point charges of 2.00 µC, 7.00 uC, and-4.00 uC are located at the corners of an equilateral
triangle as shown above in picture A. The two on the x-axis are in fixed positions.
1. In picture B, use trig and vector identities to calculate the x and y components of the
displacement vector between the 2.00-uC charge and the 7.00-µC charge.
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Vector Applications B. A. Y axis Y axis 7 uC 0.5 m 60° -X-axis Xaxis 2 iC -4 uC Three point charges of 2.00 µC, 7.00 uC, and-4.00 uC are located at the corners of an equilateral triangle as shown above in picture A. The two on the x-axis are in fixed positions. 1. In picture B, use trig and vector identities to calculate the x and y components of the displacement vector between the 2.00-uC charge and the 7.00-µC charge.

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