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    |dw:1361293364810:dw|

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    q_2 is brought in from infinity @phi

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    THere must be some force acting upon particle two to move to that position

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    huh!! Wait a minute ... what is the question?

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    Work?

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    What's the work that was done to move particle 2 to that position....a distance x from particle 1

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    don't give me the answer please....

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    what is the definition of work??

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    It is the force along a distance

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    yes .. if force is constantly varying then what do you do??

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    the force changes therefore we need to integrate

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    over that distance

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    yes ... so integrate ... from infinity to d

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    yep. I just talked with one of the ta's

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    alright ... good!!

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