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PhysicsQ&A LibraryTwo electric charges are separated by a finite distance. Somewhere between the charges, on the line connecting them, the netelectric field they produce is zero. (a) Do the charges have the sameor opposite signs? Explain. (b) If the point of zero field is closer tocharge 1, is the magnitude of charge 1 greater than or less than themagnitude of charge 2? ExplainStart your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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Two electric charges are separated by a finite distance. Somewhere between the charges, on the line connecting them, the net

electric field they produce is zero. (a) Do the charges have the same

or opposite signs? Explain. (b) If the point of zero field is closer to

charge 1, is the magnitude of charge 1 greater than or less than the

magnitude of charge 2? Explain

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