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in an experiment in space, one proton is held fixed and another proton is released from rest a distance of 2.50 mm away.

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What is the initial acceleration of the proton after it is released?
to calculate the acceleration.. you need to calculate the force acting on the proton.. so how would you calculate the force acting on the released proton.. due to the fixed proton?
it depends on the velocity at which ur space ship is travelling or is it at rest relatively ??

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lol.. ^^.. from where did spaceship come into the picture?? lol lol :D
i hope u know that u cant live widout it ....or for physical sense a space is required as a frame of reference for you.

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