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Two electrons in a vacuum exert force of F = 2.9E-09 N on each other. They are then moved so that they are separated by x = 5.2 times their original distance. a) What is the force, in newtons, that the electrons experience at the new separation distance? B)How far apart, in meters, were the electrons originally?

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Two electrons in a vacuum exert force of F = 1.46E-08 N
on each other. They are then moved so that they are separated by
x = 8.5 times their original distance.
What is the force, in
newtons, that the electrons experience at the new separation
distance?
Fn =
How far apart, in
meters, were the electrons originally?
d =

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