Arrange the following pairs of charged particles in order of increasing magnitude of attractive force.

Video Module 3 Notes Until now, we have been dealing with motion in mostly one dimension, and some in two dimensions. 3.1 Motion in two dimensions 3.1.1 Constant velocity in 2 dimensions (1:41) • In two dimensions velocity is broken into two components which can be expressed using the same equation for constant velocity in one dimension • The velocity vector is represented by: v = vx^ + v y^ (1) • Where motion in the x and y dimensions can be written respectively as: x(t) = x0+ v x and y(t) = y +0v t y (2) • see 3:18 in video 3.1 for the bug example 3.1.2 Constant Acceleration (6:00 3.1) n two dimensions accelerati