# [Solved] Consider an electric dipole whose dipole moment (a vector pointing from the negitive charge to the positive charge) is oriented

Consider an electric dipole whose dipole moment (a vector pointing from the negitive charge to the positive charge) is oriented at angle Î¸ with respect to the y axis. There is an external electric field of magnitude E (independent of the field produced by the dipole) pointing in the positive y direction. The positive and negative ends of the dipole have charges + q and â q, respectively, and the two charges are a distance d apart. The dipole has a moment of inertia I about its center of mass. It will you to imagine that the dipole is free to rotate about a pivot through its center.

Required:
What is the net force F_net that the dipole experiences due to the electric field?

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