Question

A -4.60 μC charge is moving at a constant speed of
6.70×10^{5} m/s in the +x−direction relative to a reference
frame. At the instant when the point charge is at the origin, what
is the magnetic-field vector it produces at the following
points.

C) x=0.500m, y=0.500m, z=0

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A -4.60 μC μC charge is moving at a constant speed of
6.70×105 m/s in the +x−direction
+x−direction relative to a reference frame. At the
instant when the point charge is at the origin, what is the
magnetic-field vector it produces at the following
points.
x=0.500m,y=0 z=0 ; Find Bx,By,Bz
x=0, y=0.500m,z=0 ; Find Bx,By,Bz
x=.500m,y=.500m,z=0 ;Find Bx,By,Bz
x=0,y=0,z=.500m ; Find Bx,By,Bz

A -4.80 μC charge is moving at a constant speed of
6.80×105 m/s in the +x−direction relative to a reference
frame. At the instant when the point charge is at the origin, what
is the magnetic-field vector it produces at the following
points.
Part A
x=0.500m,y=0, z=0
Enter your answers numerically separated by commas.
Part B
x=0, y=0.500m, z=0
Part C
x=0.500m, y=0.500m, z=0
Enter your answers numerically separated by commas.
Part D
x=0, y=0, z=0.500m

A -4.80 μC charge is moving at a constant speed of 7.80×105m/s
in the +x-direction relative to a reference frame.
At the instant when the point charge is at the origin, what is
the magnetic-field vector it produces at point x = 0.500 m, y = 0,
z = 0.
At the instant when the point charge is at the origin, what is
the magnetic-field vector it produces at point x = 0, y = 0.500 m,
z = 0....

A -5.00 μC charge is moving at a constant speed of
6.90×105 m/s in the +x−direction relative to a
reference frame. At the instant when the point charge is at the
origin, what is the magnetic-field vector it produces at the
following points.
Part A
x=0.500m,y=0, z=0
Enter your answers numerically separated by commas.
Bx,By,Bz
=
nothing
T
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Part B
x=0, y=0.500m, z=0
Enter your answers numerically separated by commas.
Bx,By,Bz
=
nothing
T
SubmitRequest Answer
Part C...

A +6.00 μC point charge is moving at a constant 9.00 ×10^6m/s in
the +y-direction, relative to a reference frame. At the instant
when the point charge is at the origin of this reference frame,
what is the magnetic-field vector B⃗ it produces at the following
points. Bx, By, Bz?
A) x=0.500m,y=0, z=0
B) x=0, y= -0.500m, z=0
C) x=0, y=0, z=+0.500m
D) x=0, y= -0.500m, z=+0.500m

A +5.50 μC point charge is moving at a constant 8.00
×106m/s in the +y-direction, relative to a reference
frame. At the instant when the point charge is at the origin of
this reference frame, what is the magnetic-field vector
B⃗ it produces at the following points.
Part A
x=0.500m,y=0, z=0
Enter your answers component-wise and numerically separated by
commas.
Bx, By,
Bz =
__
T
Part B
x=0, y=−0.500m, z=0
Enter your answers component-wise and numerically separated by
commas.
Bx,...

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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?

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