## You have four identical conducting spheres: A, B, C, and D. In each scenario below, sphere A starts with a charge of +Q, while B, C, and D s

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You have four identical conducting spheres: A, B, C, and D. In each scenario below, sphere A starts with a charge of +Q, while B, C, and D start out with no net charge, and then the spheres are touched to each other and separated in the order described. Any spheres not in contact are held very away. For each scenario, give the final charge of sphere D as a whole number fraction of Q. For example, if you decide that the final charge of sphere D is Q7,enter “1” in the numerator and “7 in the denominator. Remember! Before each scenario begins, spheres A, B, C, and Dare reset to charges of +Q, 0,0, and 0 again. 2: A and B touch and are Soenario 1: A and B touch and are separated, then Band C touch and are separated, then A and C touch and are separated, then C and D touch and are separated, then A and D touch and are separated separated. QD Soenario3: A and D touch and are separated, then D and C touch and are separated, then D and A touch and are separated, then A and B touch and are separated.

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