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Physics question - Force on a long charge
Can someone help me with this question, I really don't know how to do it. Thanks in advance.

What electric force would a stationary 5.1 C charge experience if it were far away from any other charges?
Helpful reminder: The force between two charges is given by Coulomb's Law.

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