An electron that has velocity v=(2.0\times10^6\ m/s)i+(3.0\times10^6\ m/s)j moves through the uniform magneticfield B=(0.30T)i-(0.15T)j a) Find the force on the electron. b) Repeat your calculation for a proton having the same velocity.

BolkowN 2021-02-23 Answered
An electron that has velocity v=(2.0×106 ms)i+(3.0×106 ms)j moves through the uniform magneticfield B=(0.30T)i(0.15T)j
a) Find the force on the electron.
b) Repeat your calculation for a proton having the same velocity.
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Answered 2021-02-25 Author has 92 answers
FB=qv×B is the equation to use: in words, v "crosses" B
in vector notation (instead of unit vector notation) bc its
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