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    A charge of -3.50 nC and a charge of -6.30 nC are separated by a distance of 70.0 cm. Find the position at which a third charge of +7.40 nC can be placed so that the net electrostatic force on it is zero.

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    Any positive charge placed to the left of -3.50 nC charge or to the right of the -6.30 nC charge would not experience a net zero electric force. However, placing a positive charge in the region between the two charges could produce a net zero electric force.

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    This solution involves finding the location where the total electric force on a given positive charge is zero in a region of two negative charges.The solution to this question includes a complete and clear step-by-step answer, along with a diagram.

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