# Dipole Electric Field

The figure below shows a single dipole of charges $\pm$5 nC, with a distance s = 0.002 m between the poles. Point A is a distance, d = 0.1 m, and is perpendicular to the dipole. Point B is a vertical distance, d = 0.1 m, and is parallel to the dipole. Find the electric field at points A and B.

## Related Problems

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