Physics

posted by Kyle

Can an electric force between two point charges be negative?

  1. kk-gothgirl-kk

    no, i don't believe so

  2. drwls

    Yes, and it will depend upon how you define the positive direction and where you are in between the charges. It also depends upon whether the charges have the same or opposite sign.

    Please ignore the disruptive comments and uninformed answers of "gothgirl", who will be dealt with appropriately.

  3. kathy

    i just posted what i thought, it may have been wrong, but im sorry, who doesn't mess up sometimes??? it was a mistake. you can't honestly say you've never made a mistake.

  4. kathy

    and by the way, how will i get dealt with properly? oh, if you can't tell... this is "gothgirl" sorry, it was a mistake, i should have posted that last time huh??????

  5. h8er_for_h8er

    and what are the disruptive comments???

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