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    Two charges, one of 2.50 microC and the other of -3.50 microC, are placed on the x-axis, one at the origin and the other at x = 0.600m, as shown in the figure.

    Find the position on the x-axis where the net force on a small charge +q would be zero.

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    Two charges, one of 2.50 microC and the other of -3.50 microC, are placed on the x-axis, one at the origin and the other at x = 0.600m, as shown in the figure.

    Find the position on the x-axis where the net force on a small charge +q would be zero.

    Assume the small charge +q is x from the ...

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