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# How far from a - 3.6 μC point charge must a +6.0 μC point charge be...

How far from a - 3.6 μC point charge must a +6.0 μC point charge be placed for the electric potential energy of the pair of charges to be -0.5 J? (As usual, take the electric potential enregy to be zero when the charges have infinite separation.) #### Earn Coins

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