How do we know which plate has an excess of electrons?

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1. It will be negatively charged.

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posted by Chanz
2. negative charge will be present so show that this is an electrons

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posted by afikile mputane
3. A frog weighed 4.3 grams. After a month it was 3.37 times as heavy how much did the frog weigh after a month

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posted by Garish tanksley
4. A particle makes 240 revolution per min on a circular radius of 2m find its period
Its angular velocity
Its linear velocity
Its acceleration

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posted by Anonymous

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