Question

**An electron is traveling through a uniform electric
field. The constant electric field is given by . At t = 0, the
electron is at (0, 0) and traveling in the positive z direction
with a speed of 5 m/s. a) What is its position 5.0 s later? b) What
is the magnitude and direction of the particle's velocity at 5.0
s?**

**EDIT:**

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E = (-3.00 x 10^-11 N/C)i - (2.00 x 10^-11 N/C) j + (1.00 x 10^-11 N/C) k

Answer #1

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