## How do you find the force between 3 charges?

The formula is given by F=k|q1||q2|r2 F = k | q 1 | | q 2 | r 2 , where F is the magnitude of the force between the charged particles, k is the Coulomb’s constant, q1 and q2 q 1 and q 2 are the charges on the two particles, and r is the distance between the two particles.

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**What are the 3 variables in Coulomb’s law?**

Charge, charge and distance. Every electrical interaction involves a force that highlights the importance of these three variables.

**What is a three point charge?**

Three point charges lie at the vertices of an equilateral triangle as shown. All three charges have the same magnitude, but Charges #1 and #2 are positive (+q) and Charge #3 is negative (–q). The net electric force that Charges. #2 and #3 exert on Charge #1 is in. A.

### How does Coulomb’s law apply to more than two point charges?

If there are more than two charges, then the net force on any one charge (the target) is simply the vector sum of the forces due to the other charges (the sources).

**How do you determine direction in Coulomb’s law?**

The direction of the force vector depends on the sign of the charges. If the charges are the same, the force points away from the other charge. If the charges have different signs, the force points toward the other charge((Figure)).

**How many electrons are there in a charge of 1 Coulomb?**

6.24 x 1018 electrons

One coulomb (C) of charge represents an excess or deficit of 6.24 x 1018 electrons.

#### How do you use Coulomb’s law with 3 charges?

F31 magnitude of the force that charge one exerts on charge three from Coulomb’s law will be equal to one over 4πε0 times the product of the magnitude of the charges, which will be then q3 times q1, divided by the square of the distance separating these two charges.

**Does Coulomb’s law apply for any charge?**

Coulomb force Two like electric charges, both positive or both negative, repel each other along a straight line between their centres. Two unlike charges, one positive, one negative, attract each other along a straight line joining their centres.

**How do you find the direction of a charge?**

For example, if you place a positive test charge in an electric field and the charge moves to the right, you know the direction of the electric field in that region points to the right.

## How many electrons are there in 3 coulomb?

Expert-verified answer = 6.2 x 10^18 electrons. Hence,1.86×10^19 no of electrons constitute a charge of 3 coulombs.

**How many coulombs does a 3 a current have in one second?**

Ampere to Coulomb Per Second Conversion Table

Amperes | Coulombs Per Second |
---|---|

1 A | 1 C/s |

2 A | 2 C/s |

3 A | 3 C/s |

4 A | 4 C/s |

**What is the magnitude of the net electric force on charge Q3?**

1 Answer. The force on charge Q3 is 153.75 Newtons.

### How many charges are in a Coulomb?

One coulomb (C) of charge represents an excess or deficit of 6.24 x 1018 electrons. The quantity of charge (Q) on an object is equal to the number of elementary charges on the object (N) multiplied by the elementary charge (e).

**Why is Coulomb’s law only for point charges?**

i.e. the electric charges must be point in size. Coloumb’s law does not apply to two charged bodies of finite sizes like two charged spheres. It is because the distribution of charge does not remain uniform when the two bodies are brought together.