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A 1.2-C charge moves with a velocity of (2.7 +4.2 +5.4 ) m/s and experiences a magnetic force of (3.4 -25.0 +18.0 ) N. The x-component of the magnetic field equal is zero.Determine the y-component of the magnetic field.

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A particle that has an 8.9-µC charge moves with a velocity of
magnitude 3.0 105 m/s along the +x axis. It experiences no magnetic
force, although there is a magnetic field present. The maximum
possible magnetic force that the charge with the given speed could
experience has a magnitude of 0.43 N. Find the magnitude and
direction of the magnetic field. Note that there are two possible
answers for the direction of the field.

A proton, traveling with a velocity of 2.7 106 m/s due east,
experiences a maximum magnetic force of 8.0 10-14 N. The direction
of the force is straight down, toward the surface of the earth.
What is the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field B,
assumed perpendicular to the motion?

An electron that has a velocity with x component 1.9 × 106 m/s
and y component 3.4 × 106 m/s moves through a uniform magnetic
field with x component 0.033 T and y component -0.15 T. (a) Find
the magnitude of the magnetic force on the electron. (b) Repeat
your calculation for a proton having the same velocity.

A particle that has an 8.1-μC charge moves with a
velocity of magnitude 3 × 105 m/s along the +x
axis. It experiences no magnetic force, although there is a
magnetic field present. The maximum possible magnetic force that
the charge with the given speed could experience has a magnitude of
0.470 N. Find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field.
Note that there are two possible answers for the direction of the
field.
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A 6
uC charge moves with a velocity of 2x10 m/s in the positive
x-direction in a region in which the magnetic field is B= 0.1 Tin
the negative z-rection. What is the magnetic force this particl
experience

A particle with positive charge q = 4.49 10-18 C moves with a
velocity v = (3î + 5ĵ − k) m/s through a region where both a
uniform magnetic field and a uniform electric field exist.
(a) Calculate the total force on the moving particle, taking B =
(5î + 2ĵ + k) T and E = (5î − ĵ − 2k) V/m. (Give your answers in N
for each component.)
Fx = N Fy = N Fz =...

An electron that has a velocity with x component 2.0 × 106 m/s
and y component 3.9 × 106 m/s moves through a uniform magnetic
field with x component 0.035 T and y component -0.21 T. (a) Find
the magnitude of the magnetic force on the electron. (b) Repeat
your calculation for a proton having the same velocity.

An electron moving with a speed of 6.2×105 m/s in the positive x
direction experiences zero magnetic force. When it moves in the
positive y direction, it experiences a force of 3.9×10−13 N that
points in the positive z direction. What is the direction of the
magnetic field? What is the magnitude of the magnetic field?

A particle with a charge of −1.24E-8 C is moving with
instantaneous velocity v⃗ = (4.19E4 m/s)(i) + (−3.85E4
m/s )(j).
What is the force exerted on this particle by a magnetic field
B= (1.50 T ) (i)? Forces in x, y, and z.
What is the force exerted on this particle by a magnetic field
B= (1.50 T ) (k)? Forces in x, y, and z.
Please show ALL work.

A particle with positive charge q = 2.56 10-18 C moves with a
velocity v with arrow = (3î + 5? ? k) m/s through a region where
both a uniform magnetic field and a uniform electric field exist.
(a) Calculate the total force on the moving particle, taking B with
arrow = (3î + 5? + k) T and E with arrow = (2î ? ? ? 5k) V/m. Fx =
N Fy = N Fz = N (b)...

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