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# An  electron moving along   the   x axis  has  a  position given by x=16^-t m, where  t is in seconds. how far is the electron from the origin when it momentarily stops

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Physics, 21.06.2019 19:20
Keep the mass of each ball and the charge of each ball a variable to get a general equation. once you have that, the two masses are the same, and the two charges are the same magnitude - that is the onsider the scenario where reference height. consider the following cases- and consider these heights relative to the reference height -and explain the differences: a) the charges arc egu msus s4 tis oom mss b) the charges are equal magnitude, but the bottom mass is 4 times the top mass c) the masses are the same, but the top charge is 4 times the bottom charge d) the masses are the same, but the bottom charge is 4 times the top charge e) the top mass is 4 times the bottom mass, and the bottom charge is 4 times the top charge f) the top mass is 4 times the bottom mass, and the top charge is 4 times the bottom charge