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Two identical conducting spheres are charged with a net charge of +5.0 qon the first sphere and a net charge of -8.0 qon the sec

Two identical conducting spheres are
charged with a net charge of +5.0 qon the
first sphere and a net charge of -8.0 qon
the second sphere. The spheres are brought
together, allowed to touch, and then
separated. What is the net charge on each
sphere now? *
A. -3.09
O B. -1.59
O C. +1.59
O D. +3.00
Two plastic spheres with uniform charge
repel each other with a force of 10 N. If you
remove the charge from one sphere, what
will be the force between the spheres? *
O A. The force will be 15 N.
O B. The force will be 10 N.
C. The force will be 5
N.
D. The force will be zero.

Two identical conducting spheres are charged with a net charge of +5.0 qon the first sphere and a net charge of -8.0 qon the second sphere. The spheres are brought together, allowed to touch, and then separated. What is the net charge on each sphere now? * A. -3.09 O B. -1.59 O C. +1.59 O D. +3.00 Two plastic spheres with uniform charge repel each other with a force of 10 N. If you remove the charge from one sphere, what will be the force between the spheres? * O A. The force will be 15 N. O B. The force will be 10 N. C. The force will be 5 N. D. The force will be zero.

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