UCF PHY2054 Post Lab- Unit 01Charges and Charged ObjectsRub a balloon on your head and stick it to the wall. And it sticks-very nice. This question isabout why, after a while, it falls off. Consider each of the following explanations. Choose the1.best one.It falls because it uses up the energy you put on it when you rubbed it.It falls because it uses up the charge you put on it when you rubbed it.It falls because the energy you put on it slowly leaks off into the wall or the air.a.b.C.It falls because the charge you put on it slowly leaks off into the wall or the air.d.Given your choice for part 1, would it be possible, in principle under ideal circumstances, for aballoon to stick to a wall indefinitely?2.3.. How do you know two different types of charges exist? Please use your observations/evidenceto support your reasoning.be awesuTaurabe fabulous

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UCF PHY2054 Post Lab- Unit 01
Charges and Charged Objects
Rub a balloon on your head and stick it to the wall. And it sticks-very nice. This question is
about why, after a while, it falls off. Consider each of the following explanations. Choose the
1.
best one.
It falls because it uses up the energy you put on it when you rubbed it.
It falls because it uses up the charge you put on it when you rubbed it.
It falls because the energy you put on it slowly leaks off into the wall or the air.
a.
b.
C.
It falls because the charge you put on it slowly leaks off into the wall or the air.
d.
Given your choice for part 1, would it be possible, in principle under ideal circumstances, for a
balloon to stick to a wall indefinitely?
2.
3.. How do you know two different types of charges exist? Please use your observations/evidence
to support your reasoning.
be awesu
Taura
be fabulous
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UCF PHY2054 Post Lab- Unit 01 Charges and Charged Objects Rub a balloon on your head and stick it to the wall. And it sticks-very nice. This question is about why, after a while, it falls off. Consider each of the following explanations. Choose the 1. best one. It falls because it uses up the energy you put on it when you rubbed it. It falls because it uses up the charge you put on it when you rubbed it. It falls because the energy you put on it slowly leaks off into the wall or the air. a. b. C. It falls because the charge you put on it slowly leaks off into the wall or the air. d. Given your choice for part 1, would it be possible, in principle under ideal circumstances, for a balloon to stick to a wall indefinitely? 2. 3.. How do you know two different types of charges exist? Please use your observations/evidence to support your reasoning. be awesu Taura be fabulous

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