A point charge q1 = -2.9 ?C is located at the origin of a co-ordinate system. Another point charge q2 = 5 ?C is located along the x-axis at a distance x2 = 7.8 cm from q1. 1) What is F12,x, the value of the x-component of the force that q1 exerts on q2? 2)Charge q2 is now displaced a distance y2 = 2.6 cm in the positive y-direction. What is the new value for the x-component of the force that q1 exerts on q2? 3)A third point charge q3 is now positioned halfway between q1 and q2. The net force on q2 now has a magnitude of F2,net = 6.435 N and points away from q1 and q3. What is the value (sign and magnitude) of the charge q3?
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