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###### Question 4 (6 points) A tiny ball (mass 2.125 ke) carries a charge of -81.00 UC What electric field (magnitude and direction) is needed to cause the ball to float above the ground?Prevlous PageNext PagePage 1 of 4

Question 4 (6 points) A tiny ball (mass 2.125 ke) carries a charge of -81.00 UC What electric field (magnitude and direction) is needed to cause the ball to float above the ground? Prevlous Page Next Page Page 1 of 4

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