Problem: A positive test charge q is released near a positive fixed charge Q. As q moves away from Q, it will move with A) increasing acceleration. B) constant velocity. C) decreasing acceleration. D) constant acceleration.

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A positive test charge q is released near a positive fixed charge Q. As q moves away from Q, it will move with

A) increasing acceleration.

B) constant velocity.

C) decreasing acceleration.

D) constant acceleration.

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