Question

A particle with a charge of ? 5.30 nC is moving in a uniform
magnetic field of *B*? =?( 1.30 T )*k*^. The magnetic
force on the particle is measured to be *F*? =?(
3.60×10^{?7} N )*i*^+( 7.60×10^{?7} N
)*j*^.

**Part B**

Part complete

Calculate the *x* component of the velocity of the
particle.

Express your answer in meters per second to three significant figures.

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vx = |
-110 |
m/s |

**Part C**

Part complete

Calculate the *y* component of the velocity of the
particle.

Express your answer in meters per second to three significant figures.

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vy = |
-52.2 |
m/s |

**Part D**

Calculate the scalar product *v*? ?*F*? . Work the
problem out symbolically first, then plug in numbers after you've
simplified the symbolic expression.

I need part D... please help me

Answer #1

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Express your answer in degrees to three significant
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