One way to write Coulomb's law is F=(k lQql)/(r^2) where F is the magnitude of the electric force, k is a constant, Q and q are the two electrical charges and r is the distance between them. Solve Coulomb's law for r.

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r cannot be negative as it is a distance. Did you use |Qq| or (Qq)? Former is needed.

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