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There are two charged particles of equal sizes. Particle A is 3
cm from the right of the origin and is **-3 micro
Coulombs**. Particle B is 6 cm from the right of the origin
and is **6 micro Coulombs. Another Particle,
Particle C is placed 2 cm to the left of particle A and is 2 micro
Coulombs. What is the net force on Particle C?**

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There are two charged particles of equal sizes. Particle A is 3
cm from the origin and is -3 micro Coulombs.
Particle B is 9 cm from the origin and 6 micro
Coulombs.
a) What is the magnitude of the attractive force between
them?
b) What would the attractive force be if Particle B was moved to
the 6 cm from the origin?
c) How far apart would the two charges have to be if the
attractive force between them...

There are two charged particles of equal sizes. Particle A is 3
cm from the origin and is -3 micro Coulombs.
Particle B is 9 cm from the origin and 6 micro
Coulombs.
a) What is the magnitude of the attractive force between
them?
b) What would the attractive force be if Particle B was moved to
the 6 cm from the origin?
c) How far apart would the two charges have to be if the
attractive force between them...

There are two charged particles of equal sizes. Particle A is 3
cm from the origin and is -3 micro Coulombs.
Particle B is 9 cm from the origin and 6 micro
Coulombs.
a) What is the magnitude of the attractive force between
them?
b) What would the attractive force be if Particle B was moved to
the 6 cm from the origin?
c) How far apart would the two charges have to be if the
attractive force between them...

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Three charged particles form a triangle: particle 1 with charge
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