Electric Forces. Coulomb’s Law. Group Problems. What is the force (magnitude and direction) on a -10 m C charge located at x = 4 m from a 5 m C charge at the origin? Steps: a. Draw quick sketch (labeled with info)
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Steps: a. Draw quick sketch (labeled with info)
b. Decide on relevant idea/theory/equation and make correspondence of variables – what is given, what is unknown – can you solve for unknowns?
c. Do the math – be sure to answer completely and to put units
d. Check answer if at all possible
2. Repeat the previous problem when the 5 mC charge is located at x = 1 m and is replaced with a -5 mC charge.
3. What is the force on a charge Q located at x1 from a charge q located at x2? Try to get a general expression that works for all values of the variables.
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