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**Two frictionless pucks are placed on a level surface, as
shown, at an initial distance of**

**20.0 m. The mass of puck 1 is 0.80 kg and it has a
charge of +3.0 ×10^-4 , while puck 2 is**

**0.40 kg with a charge of +3.0 ×10^-4 . The initial
velocity of puck 1 is 12.0 m/s [E] and the initial velocity of puck
2 is 8.0 m/s [W]. Find the minimum separation of the two pucks (the
minimum distance between the pucks).**

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