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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello everyone,

I'm trying to come up with a mathematical formula to calculate the force a magnet will be repelled at based on its current velocity when the charge flips polarity. For example if a point charge is located at (X, Y) and a magnet is being pulled in from position (X + 10, Y + 15) the closer it gets the strong the pull will be as calculated by vector distance and a charge value of the magnets. If when the pulled magnet at (X + 2, Y + 3) flips polarity, it will be shot away from the initial point charge based on the closed in distance between the magnet and initial point charge(ie the closer it is when flipped the stronger the repelling force would be thus making the magnet travel farther away) . I'd like to calculate the new force of repelling away from the point charge. Any help or leads would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Soundstone

I'm trying to come up with a mathematical formula to calculate the force a magnet will be repelled at based on its current velocity when the charge flips polarity. For example if a point charge is located at (X, Y) and a magnet is being pulled in from position (X + 10, Y + 15) the closer it gets the strong the pull will be as calculated by vector distance and a charge value of the magnets. If when the pulled magnet at (X + 2, Y + 3) flips polarity, it will be shot away from the initial point charge based on the closed in distance between the magnet and initial point charge(ie the closer it is when flipped the stronger the repelling force would be thus making the magnet travel farther away) . I'd like to calculate the new force of repelling away from the point charge. Any help or leads would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Soundstone