31 January, 19:52
Which factors affect the electrical force between two objects?
mass and distance between them
charge and distance between them
mass and electric field strength
charge and mass
31 January, 21:18
The factors affecting the electrical forces between 2 objects are the charge and the distance between them because we calculate the electric force between them by coloumb's law which equals = K*Q1 * Q2/r^2
Q1 and Q2 are the charges of 2 objects and they are directly proportional to the electric charge so, by increasing them the electric charge increases
K is the coloumb's constant and approximatly equals 9*10^9 N. m^2/c^2
r is the distance between the 2 objects and it is inversly proportional to the electric charge so, by increasing distance the electric charge decreases
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