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Three charges are placed in a Cartesian plane as shown. The angle

`\theta _(1)=51.5\deg `

and

`\theta _(2)=`

`20.0\deg `

, the magnitudes of the charges are

`q_(1)=-2.75\mu C,q_(2)=+5.45(\mu )/(b)ar (C)`

, and

`q_(3)=-6.00\mu C`

. You are interested in finding the net electric force on charge

`q_(1)`

from the other two charges. (a) (10 points) Draw the force diagram of the charge

`q_(1)`

(b) (8 points) What is the magnitude of the net force on

`q_(1)`

from the other two charges? (c) (2 points) What direction is this force pointed? (d) (5 points) If

`q_(1)`

has a mass of

`m=0.500kg`

, what is the magnitude of the acceleration