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i can not find the correct answer for this one

i got D
but someone siad its wrogn
electric field strength depends on
a. charge and distnace
b. charge and mass
c. Coulomb constant and mass
d. elementary charge and radius

  • physics -

    nevermind
    i think its A
    can you check that?

  • physics -

    I think it's A also.
    Increase Charge = Increase EFS
    Increase Distance = Decrease EFS

  • physics -

    ok, :)

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