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Homework Help: Physics ( electrical )

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

If I have two objects charged, one on a insulated thread and one stationary, and I have one distances and an acceleration and I double the distance, I want to find out the acceleration, what formula do I use?
( the distance is halved and I need to find out the magnitude of the acceleration )

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