# Physics

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How do you calculate and compare the gravitational and electrical forces between an electron and a proton separated by 10 to the negative 10 m.

m x a = (4p2r/t2)= 10 - 30 x 4 x1021= 4x10

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Is the answer F subscript elec F subscript grav = (8.22 x 10 subscript -8) (3.63 x 10 subscript -47) = 2.26 x 10 subscript 39

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