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# Attention, physics question!!

In physics course we had a problem ........ the time taken by the charges to collide.. here in this problem the force experienced by the charges is a variable because the distance between them is changing....so as force is a variable this implies it is variable acceleration. but i read a article about variable acceleration by "MILES MATHIS". i urge you to read it once and see if the method used by us to solve the problem is right?? well i would suggest prof.Calvin to go through this and see if it makes a mathematical sense. thank you.

Note by Karthik.Ps Sharma
4 years, 8 months ago

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i see no problem with the question,

- 4 years, 8 months ago