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HELP!!!! According to Coulomb's Law, if the distance between the nucleus and electron were doubled, the force would be A. 1/4 as much. B. 1/2 as much. C. two times as much. D. four times as much.

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do you know what coulomb's law is?
Yeah but I got this one wrong on my test and the stupid thing explained everything but this one. (It even explained the correct answers)
ok .. state the coloumb's law.. ! in equation form

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\[f_{e}= (Kq_{1}q_{2})/d^{2}\]
I know it's not B.
ok so initial distance is lets say d now final distance becomes 2d... so plug in and see how what happens.. and compare !
okay so mine increased by 8
* 8 times
I'm pretty sure it wasn't supposed to increase by that much
um…scratch that I put in wrong the second time
It was 1/4 as much
@Mashy Thanks!!! =) (= <3
ok .. yea thats right :D

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