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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by Dan on Monday, July 23, 2012 at 4:17pm.

An object carries a charge of -8.0 C, while another carries a charge of -2.0 C. How many electrons must be transferred from the first object to the second so that both objects have the same charge?

Qavg = (object 1 + object 2)/2
Qavg= -5C
Object 2- Qavg = 3C
3E-6 C/1.6E-19 C = 1.875E13 electrons

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