hi, thanks for helping me.

heres the question

Suppose the moon had a net negative charge equal to -q and Earth had a net positive charge equal to +10q. What value of q would yield the same magnitude force that you now attribute to gravity?

(answer in coulombs) I have it on a thing called webassign, and you can only have 15 tries...... i used 14. here are my wrong attempts:
1.6e-19
1.6e-18
-1.6e-18
-1.6e-20
1.6e-20
1.6e18
8.99e10
-8.99e10
.1
-.1
8.99e9
-8.99e9
-8.99e8
-10

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