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# Solution: A point charge Q = -12 μC, and two other charges, q 1 and q2, are placed as shown. The electric force components on charge Q are Fx = +0.005 N and Fy = -0.003 N. Find charge q1 and q2.

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A point charge Q = -12 μC, and two other charges, q 1 and q2, are placed as shown. The electric force components on charge Q are Fx = +0.005 N and Fy = -0.003 N. Find charge q1 and q2.

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