Question

A proton moves through a region of space where there is a magnetic field B⃗ =(0.64i+0.40j)T and an electric field E⃗ =(3.3i−4.5j)×103V/m. At a given instant, the proton's velocity is v⃗ =(6.6i+2.8j−4.8k)×103m/s.

**At a given instant, the proton's velocity is v⃗
=(6.6i+2.8j−4.8k)×103m/s. Determine the components of the total
force on the proton.**

**Express your answers using two significant
figures.**

**Enter your answers numerically separated by commas.
Please circle the answer**

Answer #1

A proton moves through a region of space where there is a
magnetic field B⃗ =(0.64i+0.40j)T and an electric field E⃗
=(3.3i−4.5j)×103V/m. At a given instant, the proton's velocity is
v⃗ =(6.6i+2.8j−4.8k)×103m/s.
Determine the components of the total force on the proton.
Express your answers using two significant figures. Enter your
answers numerically separated by commas.

A proton moves through a region of space where there is a
magnetic field B⃗
=(0.57i+0.37j)T and an electric
field E⃗
=(2.7i−4.0j)×103V/m. At a given
instant, the proton's velocity is
v⃗
=(7.0i+2.8j−4.9k)×103m/s.
Determine the components of the total force on the proton.
Fx, Fy, Fz
=

A proton moves through a region of space where there is a
magnetic field B⃗ =(0.65i+0.37j)T and an electric field E⃗
=(3.1i−4.4j)×103V/m. At a given instant, the proton's velocity is
v⃗ =(5.4i+2.9j−5.1k)×103m/s. Find Fx, Fy, Fz in N

A proton moves through a region of space where there is a
magnetic field B=(0.41i+0.38j) T and an electric field
E=(2.9i−4.4j)×103V/m. At a given instant, the proton's velocity is
V=(5.1i+2.9j−5.4k)×103m/s.
Determine the components of the total force on the proton.

A 6.70 −μC particle moves through a region of space where an
electric field of magnitude 1500 N/C points in the positive x
direction, and a magnetic field of magnitude 1.25 T points in the
positive z direction.
A)If the net force acting on the particle is 6.21×10−3 N in the
positive x direction, find the components of the particle's
velocity. Assume the particle's velocity is in the x-y plane.
Enter your answers numerically separated by commas.

An electron with a velocity given by v⃗ =(1.6×105 m/s
)x^+(6700 m/s )y^ moves through a region of space with a magnetic
field B⃗ ==(0.26 T )x^−(0.10 T )z^ and an electric field E⃗ =(220
N/C )x^.
Using cross products, find the magnitude of the net force acting
on the electron. (Cross products are discussed in Appendix A.)
Express your answer using two significant figures.

A proton enters a region in which there are both electric and
magnetic fields. The fields are both uniform and their directions
are mutually perpendicular. The velocity of the proton does not
change as it moves through this region. Which of the following is a
possible explanation for this observation? Question 2 options: a)
The proton's velocity is perpendicular to both the electric and
magnetic fields and has a magnitude equal to B/E. b) The proton's
velocity is parallel to...

A proton moves through a magnetic field at 21.1% of the speed of
light. At a location where the field has a magnitude of 0.00603 T
and the proton's velocity makes an angle of 143∘ with the field,
what is the magnitude ?B of the magnetic force acting on the
proton? Use ?=2.998×108 m/s for the speed of light and
?=1.602×10−19 C as the elementary charge.

A proton moves on a circular path in a uniform magnetic field
that is perpendicular to the plane of the circle.
Calculate the radius of the circle, if the proton's kinetic
energy is K = 0.23 MeV and magnetic field strength is 1.0T.

A proton moves through a region containing a uniform electric
field given by = 44.0 ĵ V/m and a
uniform magnetic field = (0.200 î +
0.300 ĵ + 0.400 ) T. Determine the acceleration of
the proton when it has a velocity = 230
î m/s.

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