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the force on the given charge is 636.39 N ….which can be easily calculated by using the formula F=(k*q1*q2)/r^2 and then adding all the forces vectorically

the force acting on the given charge is 636.39 N which can be calculated by using formula F=(k*q1*q2)/r^2 for two pair of charges and then addinf all the forces vectorically

potential energy of the system is( -7kq^2)/2a which can be easily calculated by formula potential energy betwwen two charges by the formula U=(k*q1*q2)/d

if the distance between 9e and e charges is d......then third charge will be in equilibirium at x=3d/4 or x=3d/2

1 molecule of water contains 18 electrons and 18 protons.....so total positive charge is 18*1.6*10^-19 and same is the total negative charge

They will experience a head-on collision. and if energy released ios very high they will collude to become a single particle.

Hii Find out the change in the potential energy of the system and take the difference. You will get the answer. Best of Luck

so here we have E = (-8x,0,0) so at 1,0,2 E = (-8,0,0)

HI HINA MEHTA WHEN TWO CHARGES COLLIDE WITH EACH OTHER THERE WILL BE COULOMB COLLISION BETWEEN THEM.. HOPE YOU ARE CLEAR NOW THANKS AND APPROVE MY ANSWER

Calculate the net charge through individual one and use, q 2 /2c

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To get the total you take the vector sum of the individual forces. You put a test charge at O and calculate the force to each of the 5 individual charges. Each charge is at the same distance and they...

Answer is positive.

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Find the difference in Potential Energy and from that difference you can easily find out the work done in order to move the charge from A to B.

This question is based on the principal of Electrostatic Superposition. It states that Coulomb’s force between two charges is independent of presence of other charges. Moreover, you know Coulomb’s...

Its because the friction has rubbed off the surface and it gets charge from the surface of hairs.

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