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A -4.60 μC charge is moving at a constant speed of 6.70×105 m/s in the +x−direction...

A -4.60 μC charge is moving at a constant speed of 6.70×105 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.

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

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