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Q1 and Q2, when separated by a distance of 2 m, experience a force of repulsion eqaul to 1.8 N.(a) What will the force of repulsion be when they are 10 m apart?
(b) if the ratio Q1/Q2 = 1/2, find Q1 and Q2 ( r = 10m)

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