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There are 5 balls 1,2,3,4,5. Balls (1,2),(3,4) and (2,5) attract each other whereas (1,4) and (3,5) show repulsion. What is the charge on ball 2?

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    1 and 4 have same type of charge 3 and 5 have same type of charge 3 and 4 hare opposite charges 2 and 5 attract each other so 2 will have opposite charge to 5 1 will have opposite charge to 5, but 1 also attracts 2,. this isn't possible. You should check the question again

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