Okey mate. I'll explain it to you.
"Coulomb's law states that:
The magnitude of the electrostatic force of attraction or repulsion between two point charges is directly proportional to the product of the magnitudes of charges and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them."
In this case, the force is inversely proportional to the distance squared. The charges are not changed. The distance is altered from 2.0 cm apart to 8.0 cm apart (4 times as far, which shows that the force is a ratio of 1/16). The initial force was 1,0N. Multiply it with 1/16 and you get the answer: 1,0N*(1/16) = 0,0625N.
That's one way to solve it just by using your knowledge and coming to that conclusion.
Here's another way.
Since the force is inversely proportional to the distance squared, we can conclude that: F1/F2 = (r2^2)/(r1^2)
F1 = 1,0N
r1 = 2,0cm = 0,02m
r2 = 8,0cm = 0,08m
Add the values to the equation:
1/F2 = (0,08^2)/(0,02^2)
1 = F2*(0,08^2)/(0,02^2)
F2 = 1/((0,08^2)/(0,02^2))
F2 = 0,0625N
Good luck with your studies!