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What is the electrostatic force between two small spheres possessing net charges of +2.0 µC and -3.0 µC respectively, if the distance between them is 10.0 meters?
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$F=kq1q2/r^2$

$=8.99\times10^9\times2x10^-6\times-3\times10^-6/1\times10^2$

$=(-8.99\times3\times2)x10^9-6-6-2$

$=-53.94\times10^-5$

$=-5.394\times10^-4N$
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Fe= kq1q2 / r²

= (8.99.10^9)(2x10^-6)(-3x10^-6) / (10)²

= -5.394x10^-4 N
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F=KQ1Q2/r^2

=(9*10^9)(2*10^-6)(-3*10^-6)/10^2

= -5.4*10^-4 N
by Wooden (2,722 points)
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F= Kq1q2 / r^2

= (9*10^9 x 2*10^-6 x -3*10^-6) / 10^2

= -5.4*10^-4 N
by Wooden (522 points)
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F = kq1q2/r^2

F = (8.99 x 10^9)(2 x 10^-6)(-3 x 10^-6)/(10)^2

F = -5.394 x 10^-4
by Wooden (866 points)
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F=KQ1Q2/r^2

=(8,99*10^9)(2.0*10^-6)(-3.0*10^-6)/10^2

= -5.394*10^-4 N
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F= 8.99*10^9*2.0*10^-6*-3.0*10^-6/10.0^2

F= -0.05394/10.0^2

F=-5.394*10^-4
by Wooden (354 points)

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