**Question **# Three small particles are arranged as shown in the figure.Particle 1 has a charge of +5 µC. Particle 2 has a chargeof +4 µC. Particle 3 has a charge of -7 µC. In the system of coordinates shown in the figure chargeshave the following coordinates: particle 1 => (0; +3 cm) particle 2 => (0; -3 cm) particle 3 => (+4 cm; 0) The point of observation P is placed at (+4 cm; +3 cm). (a) the total potential (in megaV, where 1 megaV = 10° V) at point P (2 points) (b) direction of the electric field at point P due to particle 1 (left or right) (1 (c) direction of the electric field at point P due to particle 2 (away or toward (d) direction of the electric field at point P due to particle 3 (up or down) (1 (e) x-component of the net electric field (in megaN/C) at point P due to all particles (2 points) – if your answer is negative enter negative sign as well; (f) y-component of the net electric field (in megaN/C) at point P due to all particles (2 points) – if your answer is negative enter negative sign as well; (g) the magnitude of the net electric field (in megaN/C) at point P due to all particles (1 point); (h) the magnitude of the acceleration (in km/s², where 1 km = 1000 m) a test point charge +2 µC with a mass of 3 grams would acquire if it is placed at point P (2 points).