Question Solved1 Answer Can you arrange the two point charges 9, = -2.3 x 10-6C and q2 = 4.4 x 10-6C along the x-axis so that E = 0 at the origin? X = 1.0000 m, x2 = 1.3831 m X1 = 1.3831 m, x2 = 1.0000 m X1 = 1.0000 m, x2 = 1.9560 m X1 1.9560 m, x2 = 1.0000 m The charges cannot be arranged so that E = 0 at the origin.

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Transcribed Image Text: Can you arrange the two point charges 9, = -2.3 x 10-6C and q2 = 4.4 x 10-6C along the x-axis so that E = 0 at the origin? X = 1.0000 m, x2 = 1.3831 m X1 = 1.3831 m, x2 = 1.0000 m X1 = 1.0000 m, x2 = 1.9560 m X1 1.9560 m, x2 = 1.0000 m The charges cannot be arranged so that E = 0 at the origin.
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Transcribed Image Text: Can you arrange the two point charges 9, = -2.3 x 10-6C and q2 = 4.4 x 10-6C along the x-axis so that E = 0 at the origin? X = 1.0000 m, x2 = 1.3831 m X1 = 1.3831 m, x2 = 1.0000 m X1 = 1.0000 m, x2 = 1.9560 m X1 1.9560 m, x2 = 1.0000 m The charges cannot be arranged so that E = 0 at the origin.
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Solution: rarrNet electric field at origine is zero.{:[E_(1)=E_(2)],[=>(kq_(1))/(x_(1)^(2))=(kq_(2))/(x_(2)^(2))],[=>(2.3 xx10^(-6))/(x_(1)^(2))=(4 ... See the full answer