Physics(Help! Help!! Help!!!)

a) Find the magnitude of the
electrostatic force between 2
negative charges separated by a
distance of 1augustro.
b)what is the magnitude of gravit'l
force between the negetive charges
(electro)?
c) determine the ratio of the gravt'l
force and electrostatic force.
(Help with even the formulae!)

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