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    Please complete the attached problems, providing both solutions (all steps) and answers.

    Object A, which has been charged to +13.0 nC, is at the origin. Object B, which as been charged
    to - 27.5 nC, is at (x,y) = (0.0 cm, 2.00 cm).

    Part A
    What is the x-component of the force on B due to A?
    Express your answer numerically, in Newton's, to three significant figures.
    Answer: = N

    Part B
    What is the y-component of the force on B due to A?
    Express your answer numerically, in Newton's, to three significant figures.
    Answer: = N

    Part C
    What is the x-component of the force on A due to B?
    Express your answer numerically, in Newton's, to three significant figures.
    Answer: = N

    Part D
    What is the y-component of the force on A due to B?
    Express your answer numerically, in Newton's, to three significant figures.
    Answer: = N

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