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Shown are field lines for two separate, non-interacting charged particles.
Which of the following is true regarding these two particles?
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Both particles have a positive charge.
Both particles have a negative charge.
The particle on the left (red) is positively charged and the particle on the right (blue) is negatively charged.
The particle on the left (red) is negatively charged and the particle on the right (blue) is positively charged.