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4. If the same two dust particles have -1.0  10-10 C of charge on one, and
+3.2 C  10-10 C on the other, what is the force between them now?

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  1. a theory that the universe began in a giant explosion (two words) it has 7 letters

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  2. k Q1Q2/d^2
    where k = 9*10^9

    big bang

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