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Two electrons are fixed 2cm apart. Another electron is shot from infinity and comes to rest midway between the two fixed electrons.
A)Find the energy of the system initially( unknown quantity leave as a variable)
B) Find the final energy of the system?( unknown quantity leave as a variable)
C find the initial speed of the electron

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