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A positive test charge of 6.47 × 10^−5 C is placed in an electric field of 50.12 N/C intensity.
What is the strength of the force exerted onthe test charge?
Answer in units of N

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    A positive test charge of 7.66 × 10−5 C is
    placed in an electric field of 53.01 N/C intensity.
    What is the strength of the force exerted on
    the test charge?
    Answer in units of N.

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