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Classwork 1 Jan 20 2006 For both cases (a) and (b), find the Cartesian components of the Coulomb force on each of the charges. Given Distance Components X 3 centimeters 0.03 meters Resultant 0 Final Distance Resultant 0.05 meters Classwork 2. Jan 23 2006 1.Find the magnitude of the Coulomb force  exerted on the ball. 
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Given: Distance 5 cm Charge Formula Used 0.15 microcoulombs F = K ((q1*q2)/r^2) Angle 20 degrees Constant K 8.99E+09 Magnitude F= 0 F= 0 Answer F= -8.09E+04 Classwork 3. Mass 10 grams Theta 18 degrees Find Coulomb Force Classwork 4. Charge 3 microcoulombs Do the charges on the rod and ball have the  same or opposite signs? Can you determine  the sign of the charge on the ball?
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0 coulombs Formula E = (K*q)/r^2 Solving for E
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