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IP A charge of 19.0 *μ*C is held fixed at the
origin.

Part A) If a -5.00 *μ*C charge with a mass of 3.90 g is
released from rest at the position (0.925 m, 1.17 m), what is its
speed when it is halfway to the origin? Answer in m/s

Part B) Suppose the -5.00 *μ*C charge is released from
rest at the point *x* = 0.5(0.925m) and *y* =
0.5(1.17m). When it is halfway to the origin, is its speed greater
than, less than, or equal to the speed found in part A?

Part C) Find the speed of the charge for the situation described in part B. (answer in m/s)

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