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Homework Help: algebra based physics

Posted by jrfannin on Monday, February 10, 2014 at 9:59pm.

Electric bees. As they fly through the air, honeybees can pick up a small amount of electric charge. Suppose a 0.12-g bee acquires a charge of –65pC.

How many excess electrons has the bee acquired?

Find the magnitude of the electric force on the bee in the electric field just above Earth’s surface, 120N/C directed vertically downward.

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