1. 
Write the equation that models Coulomb's Law. 
2. 
List what each variable in Coulom's Law stands for. 
3. 
What are the standard SI units for each varible in Colomb's Law's equation? 
4. 
Draw an arrow to show the direction of the force that charge "A" exerts on charge "B." Label the arrow F_{AB}.

5. 
Draw an arrow to show the direction of the force that charge "A" exerts on charge "B." Label the arrow F_{AB}.

6. 
Draw an arrow to show the direction of the force that charge "A" exerts on charge "B." Label the arrow F_{AB}. Draw a second arrow to show the direction of the force that "C" exerts on "B."Label the arrow F_{CB}. All arrows should originate from "B."

7. 
Draw an arrow to show the direction of the force that charge "A" exerts on charge "B." Label the arrow F_{AB}.Draw a second arrow to show the direction of the force that "C" exerts on "B."Label the arrow F_{CB}. All arrows should originate from "B."

8. 
Draw an arrow to show the direction of the force that charge "A" exerts on charge "C." Label the arrow F_{AC}.Draw a second arrow to show the direction of the force that "B" exerts on "C."Label the arrow F_{BC}Draw a third arrow to show the direction of the force that "D" exerts on "C."Label the arrow F_{DC}. All arrows should originate from "C."

9. 
Draw an arrow to show the direction of the force that charge "A" exerts on charge "B." Label the arrow F_{AB}.Draw a second arrow to show the direction of the force that "C" exerts on "B."Label the arrow F_{CB}Draw a third arrow to show the direction of the force that "D" exerts on "B."Label the arrow F_{DB}. All arrows should originate from "B."

10. 
Draw an arrow to show the direction of the force that charge "A" exerts on charge "B." Label the arrow F_{AB}.Draw a second arrow to show the direction of the force that "C" exerts on "B."Label the arrow F_{CB}Draw a third arrow to show the direction of the force that "D" exerts on "B."Label the arrow F_{DB}. All arrows should originate from "B."

11. 
If the magnitude of the force from each charge above is the same on particle "D," then what direction of the net force on particle "D" pointing? Remember, net force is the answer when you add up all the forces while paying attention to their directions.
