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Calculate the magnitude of the force between two 3.95 µC point charges 7.4 cm apart

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    Nothing to be lost about.

    Coulombs Law: force=kQ1*Q2/distance^2

    I can check your work. Work this in the SI system of units.

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    What is Q2 though?

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    Q1=Q2=3.95microC

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    Nevermind i read that wrong

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    Thank you so much, i got it right

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