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Posted by Gabriel Dungca on Monday, January 28, 2013 at 11:55pm.

Two small balls each of mass 15g are fastened to the ends of silk threads 1m long each and hung from a common point. They attain equilibrium at a distance of 20cm from each other. If one ball has a charge of -0.6microC, what is the charge of the other ball?

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