Coulomb's Law of Electrostatics: Vector Form

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Coulomb's law of Electrostatics is about the force between two ______

charges

In vector form, consider two charges + q and - q separated by distance 'o!' where F12 is the force exerted on q1 by ______

q2

The force exerted on q2 by q1 is denoted as ______

F21

The force exerted on q1 by q2 is represented as ______

F12

The symbol ⊕ represents ______

positive charge

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Coulomb's Law of Electrostatics

  • Coulomb's Law is expressed in vector form.
  • It involves two charges, +q and -q, separated by a distance 'r'.
  • F₁ is the force exerted on +q by -q.
  • F₂ is the force exerted on -q by +q.

This quiz covers Coulomb's law in vector form, specifically focusing on the force exerted on charges +q and -q separated by distance r. Test your understanding of the vector representation of electrostatic forces.

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