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###### QUESTION 24Beinix3040 AnsicrConsider the Eroup ci threa +2.,4nC poin: chargee shown in the iigure: what = ihe elctric potentlel energy ol this syelem ol charges relative Io inlinity? ( = I/anco * 108 N.mic?)3.0 cm40 cm4.7* 10-6) 4.3* 10-6) 4.5 * 10-6/ 4.1*10-6

QUESTION 24 Beinix 3040 Ansicr Consider the Eroup ci threa +2.,4nC poin: chargee shown in the iigure: what = ihe elctric potentlel energy ol this syelem ol charges relative Io inlinity? ( = I/anco * 108 N.mic?) 3.0 cm 40 cm 4.7* 10-6) 4.3* 10-6) 4.5 * 10-6/ 4.1*10-6

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