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    Coulomb's Law: Force Between Two Points

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    The force between two point charges is given by

    F = (k(q_1)(q_2))/r^2

    k = 9.0 * 10^9 * (N * M)/C^2

    Using Coulomb's Law, What is the force, in billions of Newtons, rounded to the nearest whole number, between a pair of like charged particles if one particle is 2.0 Culomb and the second particle is 2.0 Culomb and they are 1.0 meter apart?

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