Problem: Fig. 15-8 shows electric field lines near two electric point charges. If Q1 = -1  μC, what is the value of Q2? A) -1 μC B) 0C) +1 μC D) -2 μCE) +2 μC

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Electric fields point towards negative charges and away from positive charges.

The spacing of electric field lines can be used to represent the strength of the field.

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Fig. 15-8 shows electric field lines near two electric point charges. If Q1 = -1  μC, what is the value of Q2

A) -1 μC 

B) 0

C) +1 μC 

D) -2 μC

E) +2 μC

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