Electric Force & Field

Electric Force & Field - 1 A thin stream of water bends...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 A thin stream of water bends toward a negatively charged rod. When a positively charged rod is placed near the stream, it will bend in the 1. opposite direction. 2. same direction. 3. but it wont bend at all. Water is a neutral conductor. If you bring and charged object near it, it will polarize the water so that the water will always end up attracting the charged object (whether it is positively or negatively charged) 2 Rank in order, from most positive to most negative, the charges q a to q e of these five systems. 1) q a > q e > q d > q c > q b 2)q a = q b > q e > q c > q d 3)q d > q c > q e > q a = q b 4)q d > q c > q e > q a > q b 5)q e > q a > q d > q b > q c Look at the net charge of each case and rank the most positive to the most negative. D is neutral and anything missing electrons is positively charged. 3 Charges A and B exert repulsive forces on each other. q A = 4 q B . Which statement is true?...
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