In most general sense the Archimedes' law of lever could be writen this way:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]\frac{F_1}{F_2}=\frac{GM_1+kQ_1}{GM_2-kQ_2}=\frac{D_2}{D_1}[/tex]

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F=force

Q=charge

M=mass

D=equi.distance

G and k are some proportionales

Consequentially

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[tex]\frac{F_1}{D_2}=\frac{F_2}{D_1}=\sqrt{\frac{G^2M_1M_2}{D_1D_2}-\frac{k^2Q_1Q_2}{D_1D_2}+kG\frac{M_2Q_1-M_1Q_2}{D_1D_2}}[/tex]

Try this equation for this three cases:

1)[tex]Q_1=Q_2=0[/tex]

2)[tex]M_1=M_2=0[/tex]

3)[tex]M_1=Q_2=0[/tex]

and tell me what they mean!

No matter how right my physics is it will not see day light.

That makes me really blue.

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