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In  the diagram shown,uniform gravity is directed vertically downwards. The point charge has mass M . it is in the state of equilibrium . which statement is most appropriate regarding the nature of equilibrium?

(a)    The charge is in stable equilibrium.

(b)   The charge is in unstable equilibrium.

(c)    The charge may be in stable equilibrim.

(d)   The equilibrium is not possible


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