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36. In a thundercloud, there may be electric charges of +40.0 C
near the top of the cloud and -40.0 C near the bo ttom of
the cloud. These charges are separated by 2.00 km. What is
the electric force on the top charge?
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Transcribed Image Text:36. In a thundercloud, there may be electric charges of +40.0 C near the top of the cloud and -40.0 C near the bo ttom of the cloud. These charges are separated by 2.00 km. What is the electric force on the top charge?
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