Two identical balls each having a charge 2 X 10^-7c and a mass of 100g are suspended from a common point by two insulating string each 50cm long. The balls are held at asepration 5cm apart and then released .Find(a) the components of the resultant force on it along and perpendicular to the string.(b) the tension in the string (c) the acceleartion of one of the balls. (d) the electric force on one of the charged balls.
Asked by Amrit | 24th Apr, 2015, 12:30: PM
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 27th Apr, 2015, 02:22: PM
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