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A student observes interactions between two sets of electrically charged objects. In each set, the objects carry either a charge of –1 or +1 Coulomb. Which question can the student ask to identify the set with the stronger interaction? A.Are the objects both positively charged or both negatively charged?
B.What is the mass of each object in the interactions?
C.How large are the objects in each set?***
D.How far apart are the objects in each interaction?

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  1. F = K Q1 Q2 / d^2
    d, the distance between them, says it all.

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  2. PLEASE WILL SOMEONE HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP

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  3. Here you go

    1. How far apart the objects in each Interaction
    2.+2c
    3. repulsive weak
    4. as the charge increases, the force increases in strength

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  4. Zach is 100% Correct!

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  5. Are you sure. I will see

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  6. Zach is right.

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  7. Zach tysm

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  8. yeah tysm

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  9. yeah so but wheres #5???

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  10. 5 is the two objects are more than 4mm apart

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  11. D
    C
    A
    B

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  12. @bobbles i used those answers and i failed lol
    these are the answers that are right
    1. How far apart are the objects in each interaction
    2. +2c
    3. repulsive, weak
    4. As the charge increases, the force increases in strength

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  13. thx zach

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  14. thx zach

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  15. thx zach

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  16. Thanks man, that was so manly!!!

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  17. hehe thanks so much tho

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  18. Ty Zach! I got a 100 (☞゚ヮ゚)☞💞

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  19. Thx zackypoo

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  20. tysm zach

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  21. z-zach i-is c-correct

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  22. im gonna check zach's answers

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  23. zach is 100% correct for connexus trust him guys

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  24. Zach is 100 percent right and so is Connexus student i am on the same curriculum btw!

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  25. Thanks Zach
    1. How far apart the objects in each Interaction
    2.+2c
    3. repulsive weak
    4. as the charge increases, the force increases in strength

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  26. bro it's "yo mama" not your mama i can tell your very caucasian

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  27. hi guys i am a connexus student i hope you guys are right i am a a+ student so i hope you guys aren't lying

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  28. Thanks, Zach! Much appreciated-

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  29. tysm zach. its kinda hard to find right answers so thx

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  30. Thank u so much Zach ur 100% right! I just submitted my answers and got all of them correct. Thx so muchhhhh :)

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  31. Zach is correct. *Ribbit* 4/4 *Ribbit*

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