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Distance between charges

Two charges are located along the x-axis. One has a charge of 6.2 μC, and the second has a charge of -3/5 μC. If the electrical potential energy associated withthe pair of charges is -0.05 J, what is the distance between the charges?

The Coulomb constant is 8.98756 x 109

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