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Two charged balls are connected by an in extensible thread of length 3m. Masses of balls are 2kg and 1kg, the charges are +20micocoulomb and - 100microcoulomb. What minimum constant external force F must be applied to the ball of mass 1 kg so that the thread does not slack? Neglect friction and gravity.

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