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Posted by **Art** on Sunday, May 27, 2012 at 7:18pm.

( the distance is halved and I need to find out the magnitude of the acceleration )

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**Elena**, Monday, May 28, 2012 at 8:21amCoulomb’s Law

F1=k•q1•q2/r1²

F2 = k•q1•q2/r2²,

Newton’s 2 Law

a1=F1/m = k•q1•q2/r1²•m

a2 =F2/m= k•q1•q2/r2²•m

a1/a2 ={k•q1•q2/r1²•m}/{k•q1•q2/r2²•m} =

=(r2/r1)²

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