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You have two small, 2.0 g balls that have been given equal

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Problem 22.91

You have two small, 2.0 g balls that have been given equal but opposite charges, but you dont know the magnitude of the charge. To find out, you place the balls distance d apart on a slippery horizontal surface, release them, and use a motion detector to measure the initial acceleration of one of the balls toward the other. After repeating this for several different separation distances, your data are as follows: Distance (cm) Acceleration (m/s2 ) 2.0 0.74 3.0 0.30 4.0 0.19 5.0 0.10 Use an appropriate graph of the data to determine the magnitude of the charge.

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