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$\bullet$$\bullet$ Two unequal charges repel each other with a force $F .$ Ifboth charges are doubled in magnitude, what will be the newforce in terms of $F ?$

4$F$

Physics 102 Electricity and Magnetism

Chapter 17

Electric Charge and Electric Field

Gauss's Law

Electric Potential

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and this problem. I have two instances of this force law one with the variables not primed and one of the variables primed. And so if we let Kyu won prime, be equal to To Kyu won and cue to prime equal to two Q two. So the prime ones air double the UN private once. Then let's see what happens to a crime if crime is equal to K and then instead of q one prime gonna put into you one and said, Que tu for ongoing put into Q too. And it's still there, are squared and then I'm just going to pull out this two times two on becomes a four. But the coupon que tu stays in the ass of values, and they noticed that this saying here inside the brackets is equal to F. And so what we figured out is that if these relationships here hold, then F Brian is he could've four times off, and that's the answer

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