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- [Instructor] So it turns out solving electric field problems gets significantly harder when theres multiple charges. I mean theoretically it shouldnt but people have a lot more problems when theres multiple charges involved. In this graphic David solves an example 2D electric field problem to find the net electric field at a point above two charges. In this graphic David solves an example problem to find the net electric field created by multiple charges at a point in between them. Created by David SantoPietro.

In this graphic David solves an example 2D electric field problem to find the net electric field at a point above two charges. Created by David SantoPietro. The electric field from multiple point charges can be obtained by taking the vector sum of the electric fields of the individual charges. After calculating the individual point charge fields their components must be found and added to form the components of the resultant field. So according to the electric field due to multiple point charges the net electric field is given by The above example gives a powerful algorithm for the calculation of an electric field of any charged object with arbitrary form and charge distribution.

Field of Multiple Point Charges Electric fields like forces are additive. If you have multiple point charges then the net electric field at any point (that is the electric field that a proton would actually feel if it were placed there) is the vector sum of the electric field created by each source at that point. Figure 1.25 shows how the electric field from two point charges can be drawn by finding the total field at representative points and drawing electric field lines consistent with those points. While the electric fields from multiple charges are more complex than those of single charges some simple features are easily noticed. Figure 4 shows how the electric field from two point charges can be drawn by finding the total field at representative points and drawing electric field lines consistent with those points. While the electric fields from multiple charges are more complex than those of single charges some simple features are easily noticed. With our electric field calculator you can compute the magnitude of an electric field created at a specific distance from a single charge point.