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Two charges are placed on the x-axis: one, of 2.50 µC, at

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Problem 64P

Two charges are placed on the x-axis: one, of 2.50 µC, at the origin and the other, of - 3.50 µC, at x = 0.600 m (Fig. P21.60). Find the position on the x-axis where the net force on a small charge +q would be zero.

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Emotion and the Nervous System To pg. 240 What is an Emotion: E means Ex (out) Motion means Movere (to move) - something moves and gets kicked out  Stirring up of feelings that happens inside and gets pushed out as an observable behavior (happiness = smile)  Emotion together means "movement" of mind (soul) (ex. Feeling, happiness) that causes body's responses (ex. Smiling, higher heart rate, etc.)  Feeling causes the body response - cause and effect relationship  Sometimes it can be flipped around where the body response can cause the emotion - similar to the mind body problem o Smiling - Somatic NS o Higher heart rate - Autonomic NS - Sympathetic NS o Relationship between emotional experience and body's r

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Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
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