1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two insulating spheres have radii 0.300 cm and 0.500 cm, masses 0.450 kg and 0.700 kg, and uniformly distributed charges of -2.00 µC and 3.00 µC. They are released from rest when their centers are separated by 1.00 m. (a) How fast will each be moving when they collide? (Hint: Consider conservation of energy and of linear momentum.) 2. Relevant equations F = keq1q2/r2 v = at + v0 Δs = v0t + .5at2 3. The attempt at a solution I found the electrostatic force on the objects. Since they have opposite charges, I know that they move towards each other. I found their accelerations by dividing by their respective masses, and then plugged those into some of the kinematics equations to find the final velocity. I can see that my methods/assumptions are wrong, I'm just not exactly sure about how to go about this problem.