Question

Two point charges Q_{1} and Q_{2} are 2.30 m
apart, and their total charge is 15.4 μC. If the force of repulsion
between them is 0.0990 N, what are magnitudes of the two charges?
Enter the smaller charge in the first box.

Q_{1} =

Q_{2} =

If one charge attracts the other with a force of 0.0763N, what
are the magnitudes of the two charges if their total charge is also
15.4 μC? The charges are at a distance of 2.30 m apart. Note that
you may need to solve a quadratic equation to reach your answer.
Enter the charge with a smaller magnitude in the first box.

Q_{1} =

Q2=

Answer #1

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