charge and the latter with a negative charge Question 4 4 There are

Charge and the latter with a negative charge question

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charge and the latter with a negative charge. Question 4 4 There are approximately 1.25 × 1014 electrons in this quantity of charge. Question 5 5 V ab = U b U a q Where, Vab = Voltage between points A and B Ub Ua = Difference in potential energy between points A and B q = Quantity of charge (moved), in Coulombs Follow-up question: explain why, if a charge of twice the magnitude (2q) were moved from the same point A to the same point B, there would
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be twice as much work done and twice as much potential energy stored, but exactly the same voltage (potential) as gained by the smaller charge (q). 1) What is static electricity? Electricity that flows in one direction Electricity that is sent over the air Electricity that constantly changes direction An electrical charge on the surface of an object It is another name for digital electronics 2) True or False: Static electricity constantly flows in the same direction. TRUE FALSE 3) What two atomic particles make up the nucleus of the atom? Electrons and protons Neutrons and electrons Neutrons and protons Quarks and electrons Neutrons and quarks 4 4 ) What atomic particles move from one surface to another in order to form a static charge? Electrons Protons Neutrons All of the above ASSESSMENT
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None of the Above 5 5 ) What happens when two items with positive charges come close to each other? They attract each other They will join together They will cause an explosion They repel each other None of the Above 1) What is static electricity? Electricity that flows in one direction Electricity that is sent over the air Electricity that constantly changes direction An electrical charge on the surface of an object It is another name for digital electronics 2) True or False: Static electricity constantly flows in the same direction. TRUE FALSE 3) What two atomic particles make up the nucleus of the atom? Electrons and protons Neutrons and electrons Neutrons and protons Quarks and electrons Neutrons and quarks 4 4 ) What atomic particles move from one surface to another in order to form a static charge? ASSESSMENT
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Electrons Protons Neutrons All of the above None of the Above 5 5 ) What happens when two items with positive charges come close to each other?
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