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33.2 The Four Basic Forces(a) Find the ratio of the strengths of the weak and electromagnetic forces under ordinary circumstances.(b) What does that ratio become under circumstances in which the forces are unified?

$\frac{10^{-13}}{10^{-2}}$

Physics 103

Chapter 33

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using the table 33 1 we can find the values of these forces, and we're trying to find the ratio between the weak force and the electromagnetic. For seven, we get 10 to the negative 13 years What the table says for the weak horse, we just divided by 10 to the negative, too. And we get the ratio. We find out that the electromagnetic force is about 11 orders of magnitude stronger than week for us and for being case when they're unified. That means that all the forces behave like one force and is the word says unified. They're gonna be equal on their issue is gonna be.

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