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# Ask AI: (9.0 × 10^9 Nm²/C² * |0.003C * 0.003C|) / 1.5N

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The formula you appear to be using is related to Coulomb's Law where the force between two charges is equal to the Coulomb constant (k) times the magnitude of each charge divided by the distance between them squared. To calculate: (i) First, calculate the product of the two charges: 0.003C * 0.003C = 0.000009 C² (ii) Multiply that with Coulomb's constant: 9.0 × 10^9 Nm²/C² * 0.000009 C² = 81000 Nm²/C² (iii) Then divide by the given force: 81000 Nm²/C² / 1.5 N = 54000 m² So, the result is 54000 m². Please remember to verify this in the context of the problem you are solving.

April 9, 2024, 11:41 a.m.

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