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To find the distance between two charges (designated as (d)) forming a dipole with a given dipole moment ((p)), we can use the formula that relates the dipole moment with the charge and the distance between the charges. The dipole moment is given by

[ p = q cdot d ]

where

– (p) is the dipole moment,

– (q) is the magnitude of one of the charges, and

– (d) is the distance between the charges.

Given values are:

– (p = 6) units,

– (q = 4C).

Plugging these values into the formula gives

[ 6 = 4 cdot d ]

Solving for (d) gives

[ d = frac{6}{4} = 1.5 ]

So, the distance between the two charges is (1.5) units.

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Explanation: The dipole moment is given by, M = Q x d. To get d, we rearrange the

formula d = M/Q = 6/4 = 1.5units