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A small metal sphere, carrying a net charge of
q1 = -2.60 µC, is held in a stationary position by
insulating supports. A second small metal sphere, with
a net charge of q2 = -7.20 µC and mass 1.90 g, is
projected toward q1. When the two spheres are 0.800
m apart, q2 is moving toward qi with speed 22.0 m/s
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What is the speed of q2 when the spheres are 0.400 m apart?
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Express your answer with the appropriate units.
(Figure 1). Assume that the two spheres can be
treated as point charges. You can ignore the force of
gravity.
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0.800 m
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How close does q2 get to q1?
Express your answer in meters.

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Course Home A openvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld=15778750&HepID=df9e8ef8061a5cdde62f6cb931f55036#10001 I Apps what Gmail YouTube Maps Dashboard UCI W20 Physics 7D Help Sign Out Hi, Jaime Humbe... v Mastering Physics Course Home O My Courses <Homework #6 Course Home Exercise 23.5 - Enhanced - with Solution 2 of 3 Syllabus I Review | Constants Scores A small metal sphere, carrying a net charge of q1 = -2.60 µC, is held in a stationary position by insulating supports. A second small metal sphere, with a net charge of q2 = -7.20 µC and mass 1.90 g, is projected toward q1. When the two spheres are 0.800 m apart, q2 is moving toward qi with speed 22.0 m/s Part A Pearson eText What is the speed of q2 when the spheres are 0.400 m apart? Study Area Express your answer with the appropriate units. (Figure 1). Assume that the two spheres can be treated as point charges. You can ignore the force of gravity. Document Sharing НА User Settings Figure 1 of 1> Course Tools v = 4.71 Previous Answers Request Answer Submit v = 22.0 m/s 92 91 X Incorrect; Try Again; 5 attempts remaining 0.800 m Part B How close does q2 get to q1? Express your answer in meters.

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Exercise 23.5 - Enhanced - with Solution
2 of 3
Syllabus
I Review | Constants
Scores
A small metal sphere, carrying a net charge of
q1 = -2.60 µC, is held in a stationary position by
insulating supports. A second small metal sphere, with
a net charge of q2 = -7.20 µC and mass 1.90 g, is
projected toward q1. When the two spheres are 0.800
m apart, q2 is moving toward qi with speed 22.0 m/s
Pearson eText
Previous Answers Request Answer
Submit
Study Area
X Incorrect; Try Again; 5 attempts remaining
(Figure 1). Assume that the two spheres can be
treated as point charges. You can ignore the force of
gravity.
Document Sharing
User Settings
Part B
Figure
1 of 1
Course Tools
How close does q2 get to q1?
Express your answer in meters.
НА
v = 22.0 m/s
92
91
Value
Units
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0.800 m
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Course Home A openvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld=15778750&HepID=df9e8ef8061a5cdde62f6cb931f55036#10001 I Apps what Gmail YouTube Maps Dashboard UCI W20 Physics 7D Help Sign Out Hi, Jaime Humbe... v Mastering Physics Course Home O My Courses <Homework #6 Course Home Exercise 23.5 - Enhanced - with Solution 2 of 3 Syllabus I Review | Constants Scores A small metal sphere, carrying a net charge of q1 = -2.60 µC, is held in a stationary position by insulating supports. A second small metal sphere, with a net charge of q2 = -7.20 µC and mass 1.90 g, is projected toward q1. When the two spheres are 0.800 m apart, q2 is moving toward qi with speed 22.0 m/s Pearson eText Previous Answers Request Answer Submit Study Area X Incorrect; Try Again; 5 attempts remaining (Figure 1). Assume that the two spheres can be treated as point charges. You can ignore the force of gravity. Document Sharing User Settings Part B Figure 1 of 1 Course Tools How close does q2 get to q1? Express your answer in meters. НА v = 22.0 m/s 92 91 Value Units Request Answer Submit 0.800 m Provide Feedback Next >

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