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An electron and a proton are released from rest at a considerable distance from each other and are completely free to move. Which of the following statements is true concerning their motion after being released?
A Their accelerations gradually increase.
B Their speeds increase at a constant rate.
C Their speeds gradually decrease to zero.
D Their accelerations gradually decrease to zero.

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