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anonymous
 one year ago
The force acting between two charged particles A and B is 5.2 * 10È¢ newtons. Charges A and B are 2.4 * 10ÈÆ meters apart. If the charge on particle A is 7.2 * 10È§ coulombs, what is the charge of particle B? (k = 9.0 * 10© newton·metersÆ/coulombÆ)
A. 2.4 x 10^2 coulombs
B. 4.6 x10^11 coulombs
C. 5.2 x10^11 coulombs
d. 7.2 x 10^8 coulombs
anonymous
 one year ago
The force acting between two charged particles A and B is 5.2 * 10È¢ newtons. Charges A and B are 2.4 * 10ÈÆ meters apart. If the charge on particle A is 7.2 * 10È§ coulombs, what is the charge of particle B? (k = 9.0 * 10© newton·metersÆ/coulombÆ) A. 2.4 x 10^2 coulombs B. 4.6 x10^11 coulombs C. 5.2 x10^11 coulombs d. 7.2 x 10^8 coulombs

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 one year ago
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0\(\large Coulomb's \ Law \) \(\huge F = k \frac{Q_A \ Q_B}{r^2}\)

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