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When you rub one balloon with wool, and then rub another balloon with wool,

we can safely assume that both balloons acquire the same kind of charge. So

when you try to bring them together, they'll repel each other (push apart).

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Q: What will happen when two balloons are brought together right after they are rubbed on a piece of wool?
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