1. Which of the following is true about the electric charges on the objects below?
(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 electrical charge.
(D) The balls both have the same electrical charge.
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