We're happy to announce that we've launched a new practice section on Brilliant today: Electricity & Magnetism Practice.

So, if you're interested in circuits, charges, voltage, resistance, and all things electro-magnetic, head over and check it out.

You'll also notice that many of the wiki pages for this new section have not yet been written. Feel free to pitch in and contribute a write up for the community if you're already familiar with E&M.

## Are the following 2 statements true or false?

(a)Two particles with the same charge will repel or drive away from each other.

(b)Two particles with opposite charges will be attracted to each other.

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TopNewestBest for last, huh?

Well LET'S GO!

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Welcome back dear friend @John Muradeli

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He is as cool as you @John Muradeli

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Oh thanks Sandeep!

Sorry but I'm not quite back yet ;/ I just check in from time to time - you know - not to miss anything awesome. And this so far has made the list :D

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I'm really excited for the new practice section for E & M. Brilliant is always brilliant in what they do :).

(@Arron Kau Just to let you know, Electricity is spelled wrong on the link. Just pointing that out..

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Ah! Awesome. What I waited for!

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True

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that's really a gr8 news!! <##>

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a)Is true b)Is true It follows the law of ''Static electricity''.It Is also similar to law of magnetism which state that ''Like pole of magnets repel nd unlike pole of magnet attract.''

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yes above statements are true

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I am an Electrical Engineer and I am interested.

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