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a) What is the charge-to-mass ratio of a particle traveling 3.60 x 105 m/s that is...

a) What is the charge-to-mass ratio of a particle traveling 3.60 x 105 m/s that is deflected in an arc or radius 7.40 cm as it travels through a magnetic field of 0.610 T ? answer in the format of a.bc x 10d C/kg

b) An alpha particle travels through a magnetic field of 0.422 T perpendicular to the field. If the radius of arc of the deflected particle is 1.50 x 10-3 m, what was the speed of the alpha particle ? answer in the format of a.bc x 10d m/s

c) A proton travels through a magnetic field at a speed of 5.40 x 105 m/s, perpendicular to the field. If the radius of curvature is 7.20 mm, what is the magnetic field strength ? 4 digit answer

d) Alpha particles travel undeflected through magnetic and electric fields that are perpendicular to each other. If the speed of the alpha particles was 7.80 x 105 m/s and the magnetic field strength was 0.220 T, what was the electric field strength ? answer in the format of a.bc x 10d m/s

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