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Ask AI: 0.08 N m^2 / 1.798 * 10^8 N m^2/C = 4.45 * 10^-10 C


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Question: 0.08 N m^2 / 1.798 * 10^8 N m^2/C = 4.45 * 10^-10 C

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It seems like you've made an error with your units while performing this calculation. This operation appears to be calculating the charge, represented by "C". If "N m^2" is a force meter squared, and "N m^2/C" is a unit of force meter squared per coulombs (charge), then the result should be in coulombs (C). However, the calculation should be: (0.08 N m^2) / (1.798 x 10^8 N m^2/C) ~ 4.45 x 10^-10 C which is correctly done. Therefore, the charge is approximately 4.45 x 10^-10 coulombs. But always remember to correctly understand the physical quantities and units you're dealing with in physics problems.

Answered by gpt-4

April 12, 2024, 10:37 a.m.

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Published: Friday, April 12, 2024

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