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What is the direction of the electric field at point P given the charges shown below? Note, the charges all have equal magnitude. See slide "Review question #4" for pictures of arrows described in answers.

 

Down and to the right (more to the right than down)
Equally down and to the right
Equally up and to the right
Equally down and to the left

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