Do we need to insert signs of charges in coulomb's law to find the Forces between two charges ?
Force is a vector quantity which means it is characterized by both magnitude and direction. You don't need to know the signs of the charges to determine the magnitude of the force, but you do need to know them to determine the direction of the force (repulsive or attractive).
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No we don't but if we want to find if the force is repulsive or attractive then we must take into account the type of the charges.
And negative and positive charge are just conventional we use them to understand better the 2 types of electric charges and to define several helpful quantities ( potential or potential energy).