Reflection: Checks for Understanding Coulomb's Law - Section 2: Socrative Quiz on Coulomb's Law

 
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Coulomb's Law

Unit 4: Electrostatics and Circuits
Lesson 6 of 16

Objective: Students use Coulomb's Law and compare the electric force to the gravitational force between two protons.

Big Idea: The electric force is many trillions of times stronger than the gravitational force.

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charged particles, Science, electrostatics, circuits (Tech and Eng), physics, charge, Forces, Coulomb's Law, inverse square law
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