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Figure 17.13b



A point charge Q = -900 nC and two unknown point charges, q1 and q2, are placed as shown. The electric field at the origin O, due to charges Q, q1 and q2, is equal to zero. In Figure 17.13b, the charge q1, in nC, is closest to:

• 120

• –210

• 250

• –120

• 210
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A point charge Q = -500 nC and two unknown point charges, q1 and q2, are placed as shown in the figure. The electric field at the origin O, due to charges Q, q1 and q2, is equal to zero. The charge q1 is closest to

A. 130 nC.
B. 150 nC.
C. -130 nC.
D. -76 nC.
E. 76 nC.
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A point charge Q = -500 nC and two unknown point charges, q1 and q2, are placed as shown in the figure. The electric field at the origin O, due to charges Q, q1 and q2, is equal to zero. The charge q1 is closest to

A point charge Q = -500 nC and two unknown point charges, q1 and q2, are placed as shown in the figure. The electric field at the origin O, due to charges Q, q1 and q2, is equal to zero. The charge q1 is closest to

A. 130 nC.
B. 150 nC.
C. -130 nC.
D. -76 nC.
E. 76 nC.
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