Conditions required for net field to be ZERO?

Asked by RACHIT_MAHAAN | 19th Mar, 2011, 10:30: PM

Expert Answer:

we see that they are pointing in opposite directions and there is a place in this region where their magnitudes are the same. It is at this point where the net electric field is zero.What happens at this point? Because F=qE, if there is no electric field at a point, a test charge would not expereience any force.
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Answered by  | 21st Mar, 2011, 11:26: AM

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