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# Time (seconds) The slope on a distance-time graph shows a ball moving from 20 m to 40 min 1s and from 40 m to 30 m in the next second. Which describes the ball's motion between 20 m and 80 m on the graph? O nonlinear, acceleration O nonlinear constant speed O linear, acceleration © linear constant speed

Then the answer would be d then

Answer: a charge of -1.0  × 10⁻⁴ c must be placed  at x = 26 m.the sign of the charge will be the same sign as the  -4.0  µc charge.======electricstatic force between two point charges  is given by    where k is coulomb's constant,  8.99×10⁹  n·m²/c², q₁ and q₂ are the point charges, and r is the distance between the two point charges.assign positive to q₁let q₁ =  6.0 µc, q₂ = -4.0  µc, q₀ represent the charge at the origin, and q₃ represent this new charge to place.the charge at the origin q₀ would experience the following force f₀₁ from q₁, with r = 6.0 m (note that 1  µc = 10⁻⁶ c)    the force from q₂    the force from q₃    the net force on the origin charge, q₀, has to be zero for no electrostatic forcehaving an equation where k and q₀ can be divided out of the equation will allow us to solve for q₃    isolating:     a charge of -1.0  × 10⁻⁴ c must be placed  at x = 26 m.the sign of the charge will be the same as the  -4.0  µc charge
The answer is 4f======since electrostatic force is given by    we let f be the electrostatic force when  r = 1 m    if we let  denote the electrostatic force when the distance is decreased so that r = 0.5m, then    we established earlier that f = kq₁q₂. therefore    the force will now be 4f.

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