Moving charged particle 2

A particle with electric charge \(-q\) enters a uniform electric field at the point \(P=(0, 3d).\) The direction of the electric field is the \(+y\) direction. The charged particle moves along a projectile path inside the electric field. After exiting the electric field, it shows a uniform motion, arriving at \(Q=(4d, 0).\) If another charged particle with the same mass but a different electric charge of \(-2q\) enters the electric field in the same way as above, what will be the destination point on the \(x\)-axis?

Ignore the gravitational force and the sizes of the charged particles.

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