The two tapes will either attract or repel each other, depending on the nature of interaction. This is explained below:
When you rip the two pieces of tape off the table, there is a tug-of-war for electric charges between tape and table. The tape either steals negative charges (electrons) from the table or leaves some of its own negative charges behind, depending on what the table is made of (a positive charge doesn’t move in this situation). In any case, both pieces of tape end up with the same kind of charge, either positive or negative. Since like charges repel, the pieces of tape repel each other.
When the tape sandwich is pulled apart, one piece rips negative charges from the other. One piece of tape therefore has extra negative charges. The other piece, which has lost some negative charge, now has an overall positive charge. Because opposite charges attract, the two pieces of tape attract each other.
distance = 150m
displ = root (50 ^2 + 100^2)