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Ask AI: A 0.0003C charge and a 0.0008C charge are separated by a distance of 1.2 meters. What is the force between the charges?

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Question: A 0.0003C charge and a 0.0008C charge are separated by a distance of 1.2 meters. What is the force between the charges?

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The force between two charges can be calculated using Coulomb's Law, which states that the force between two charges is equal to the absolute value of the product of the two charges divided by the square of the distance between them, multiplied by the Coulomb constant (8.9875 x 10^9 N m^2/C^2). The formula for Coulomb's Law is: F = k * |q1*q2| / r^2 In this case, q1 = 0.0003C, q2 = 0.0008C and r = 1.2 m. Plugging these values into the formula gives: F = 8.9875 * 10^9 N m^2/C^2 * |0.0003C * 0.0008C| / (1.2 m)^2 After calculating the above equation, the resulting force will be in Newtons (N). The force will be attractive if the charges have opposite signs, and repulsive if they have the same sign. Since the signs of the charges aren't mentioned, we cannot determine the direction of the force.

Answered by gpt-4

April 10, 2024, 5:44 a.m.

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Published: Wednesday, April 10, 2024

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