The electrostatic force is the electric force that exists between two static and charged particles. Depending on whether the particles are positively or negatively charged, the nature of this force might be attractive or repulsive. Coulomb’s law gives us the equation that connects the force and the charged particles, as well as the distance between them. The length of the equilateral triangle is not stated in this question. As a result, we’ll presume it’s l.
Consider the charges q, q and –q placed at the vertices of the equilateral triangle, as shown in the figure. What is the force on each charge?
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