Fundamentals Of Physics - Volume 1 Only
Fundamentals Of Physics - Volume 1 Only
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Author: Halliday
Publisher: WILEY
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Chapter 22, Problem 7P

SSM ILW WWW In Fig. 22-35, the four particles form a square of edge length a = 5.00 cm and have charges q1 = +10.0 nC, q2 = −20.0 nC, q3 = +20.0 nC, and q4 = −10.0 nC. In unit-vector notation, what net electric held do the particles produce at the square’s center?

Chapter 22, Problem 7P, SSM ILW WWW In Fig. 22-35, the four particles form a square of edge length a = 5.00 cm and have

Figure 22-35 Problem 7.

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