### Find the magnitude of two identical positive charges

Two identical positive charges separated by a distance of 1X10^-5m have a potential energy of 1X10^-10 Joules. Find the magnitudes of these charges.

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Two identical positive charges separated by a distance of 1X10^-5m have a potential energy of 1X10^-10 Joules. Find the magnitudes of these charges.

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