Question

1. Pick two objects in your room. Physics could describe the gravitational attraction between them or the

electric force between them – why is neither one big enough to have noticeable effect?

2.If you double the distance between two charges, what happens to the electric force between them?

Answer #2

1. For gravitatio_{2}n^{2}al force of attraction
between any two objects in our room, universal gravitational
constant G is very low, of the order of 10^{-11} so this
force goes unnoticed. On the other hand, for electrostatic force
between two objects in our room, normally charge over the objects
is very low, of the order of micro Coulomb (10^{-6}) each
so again, this force goes unnoticed

2. Electrostatic force between two charged bodies is given as F
= kq^{}_{1}q_{2}
/r^{2} so on doubling the distance between two charged
bodies, force will become one fourth.

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