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Which of the following is true about the electric charges on the objects below.
[Picture Shows to Balls Being repelled from each other]
A. The ball on the right has a positive charge and the ball on the left has a negative charge
B. The ball on the left has a positive charge and the ball on the right has a negative charge
C. The balls do not have any electric charge
D. The balls both have the same electric charge****

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  1. correct

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  2. anyone know the answer?

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  3. D man d

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  4. give me the whole test

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  5. @omg righhhttt like cmon

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  6. this was from 2017 dum dums they wont answer you now

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  7. 1. D
    2. B
    3. B
    4. A
    5. C
    6. B
    7. D
    8. A
    9. B
    10. B
    11. C
    12. B
    13. B
    14. False
    15. Short Answer
    16. Short Answer

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  8. Is i am here to help correct?

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  9. I am here to help is right but 2 is C not B

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