﻿ A 2 µC charge q1 and a 2 µC charge q2 are 0.3 m from the x-axis. A 4 µC charge q3 is 0.4 m from the y-axis. The distances d13 and d23 are 0.5 m. Find the magnitude and direction of the resulting vector R. Round your answer to the nearest tenth. The magnitude is N. The direction is °. - AssignmentGrade.com

A 2 µC charge q1 and a 2 µC charge q2 are 0.3 m from the x-axis. A 4 µC charge q3 is 0.4 m from the y-axis. The distances d13 and d23 are 0.5 m. Find the magnitude and direction of the resulting vector R. Round your answer to the nearest tenth. The magnitude is N. The direction is °.

QUESTION POSTED AT 18/04/2020 - 07:33 PM

A 2 µC charge q1 and a 2 µC charge q2 are 0.3 m from the x-axis. A 4 µC charge q3 is 0.4 m from the y-axis. The distances d13 and d23 are 0.5 m. Find the magnitude and direction of the resulting vector R. Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

The magnitude is  0.5 N.

The direction is °.0

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