1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 1. Two solid metal spheres are very far apart: sphere A (radius 44.1 cm) is charged to potential +2,346 Volts; sphere B (radius 63.6 cm) is charged to potential +8,848. Now, a long conducting wire connects the two spheres. When the charge has stopped moving, find the new charge on sphere A, in μC. 2. Relevant equations v1=kq1/r1 v2=kq/r2 3. The attempt at a solution since there are connected by a conducting wire both of the spheres will have the same potential thus : v1+v2 / 2 = 5597 V then: 5597= kq1/r1 q1= .275 μc im not sure about this so any help will be appreciated !!