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# When using the Coulomb\u2019s law equation to determine the force between two objects, what does the \u201CQ\u201D in the formula represent?

Question:

A
The quantity of charge on an object

Explaination

The \u201CQ\u201D in Coulomb\u2019s law equation represents the quantity of charge on an object. The \u201Ck\u201D represents the Coulomb\u2019s law constant (9 x 10^9$2132_w68_h21.png$ ). The \u201Cd\u201D represents the distance of separation between two objects, and the \u201CF\u201D represents the electrostatic force of attraction or repulsion between objects 1 and 2.

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