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In Figure $\mathrm{P} 15.31,$ determinc the point (other than infinity) at which the total clectric ficld is zero.

1.8 $\mathrm{m}$

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Cornell University

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Hope College

University of Sheffield

the point where the electric field will be equal to zero is given by OK ke one electric field offic you one charge our once where well, is it called too? Okay. Time's cue to divide by our two square off acumen to charge. So when these electric fields are equal ah, then we could find a D at which, uh, the electric fields will be as zero. So to do right by five Let's say he's the distance where the electric field this zero square is equal to, um Then the product here is six divided by one plus the d whole square they will solve for a d using the party Parisian. Then the d we get here is one point it meter. So distance off a D, which is 1.8 meter they like to feel will be zero