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The magnitude
of the charge is changed until the angle the thread makes with
the vertical is u = 15.0°. The electric field is 1.46 * 104
N>C and
the mass of the object is 0.0250 kg. (a) Is the new magnitude of q
greater than or less than its previous value? Explain. (b) Find the
new value of q.

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