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Physics, 20.06.2019 18:02, grahuntley31

The image on the left shows the charges on a balloon after it’s been rubbed with a wool cloth. the image on the right is a piece of tissue paper. what will happen to the tissue paper as it approaches the balloon and why? a. the tissue paper will stick to the balloon because the tissue paper is negatively charged. b. the tissue paper will stick to the balloon because the tissue paper is positively charged. c. the tissue paper will move away from the balloon because the tissue paper is negatively charged. d. the tissue paper will move away from the balloon because the tissue paper is positively charged.

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