Question

Point charges Q1 = 1 nC and Q2 = 2 nC are at a distance apart.
Which of the following

statements are incorrect?

Select one or more:

As the distance between them decreases, the force on Q1
increases linearly.

The force on Q2 is the same in magnitude and direction as that
on Q1.

The force on Q2 is along the line joining them.

A point charge Q3 = -3 nC located at the midpoint between Q1
and Q2, Q3 will receive

no net force.

The force on Q1 is attractive.

Hello, sorry, I need an answer within 30 minutes, please

Answer #1

**Coulomb's law** states that the electrical
**force**between two charged objects
**is** directly proportional to the product of the
quantity of charge on the objects and inversely proportional to the
square of the separation distance between the two objects.

F= Kq1*q2/r^2

Hence from formula ekeelect force is vary linearly with distance between the charges.

Electricforce always act between the line joining the charges

So. In question

Statement 2 and 3 are correct

And statement 1,4 and 5 are incorrect.

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