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To calculate the distance ((d)) between two charges forming a dipole, given the dipole moment ((p)) and the magnitude of the charges ((q)), we can use the equation for the dipole moment in terms of these quantities. The dipole moment is defined as the product of the magnitude of the charge and the distance between the charges: (p = q times d).

Given:

– (p = 6) units (assuming these units are in the SI system, the dipole moment would be in Coulomb-meters, (C cdot m))

– (q = 4C)

Rearranging the formula to solve for (d), we have (d = frac{p}{q}).

Substituting the given values:

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

Thus, the distance between the two charges forming the dipole is 1.5 meters.

Answer: b

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.