1. [0/5 Points] DETAILS PREVIOUS ANSWERS SERCP11 15.2.OP.013. MY NOTES The figure below shows three charged…

1. [0/5 Points] DETAILS PREVIOUS ANSWERS SERCP11 15.2.OP.013. MY NOTES The figure below shows three charged particles at the corners of an equilateral triangle. Particle A has a charge of 1.45 uC; B has a charge of 5.40 uc; and C has a charge of -5.00 UC. Each side of the triangle is 0.500 m long. What are the magnitude and direction of the net electric force on A? (Enter the magnitude in N and the direction in degrees below the +x-axis.) B 0.500 m 60.0° х A magnitude X Draw the directions of the forces acting on A, paying attention to the signs of the charges. From Coulomb’s law, what are the magnitudes of these forces? What are their x- and y-components? How can you use the components to find the net force? Be careful with signs and unit conversions. N • below the +x-axis direction Need Help? Read It Submit Answer