question archive Two infinite lines of charge lie in the 212-plane

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Two infinite lines of charge lie in the 212-plane . Line 1 has positive change density of Per = InC /m and is Oriental along the x-axis at y= 1. Line 2 has a negative charge density of f = - 2 n/ m and is oriented along the z-oxis, also at y= 1. you can assure that the two limes intersect at y= 1, but they do not interfere with each other. What can you say about the total electric field clue to the Line charges at the Origin ? ( Select ALL that apply ) The electric field will point in the -y and +x directions The electric field is equal to zero because the two line charges are perpendicular to each other The electric field will point in the ty direction The electric field is equal to the sum of the electric fields from each of the two line charges The electric field will point in the -y direction The electric field will point in the +y and -x directions

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