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No 2 problem.

Palitan mo lng ung given then compute muna tolq


A particle with a charge of 1.50108 C is moving with instantaneous velocity . V= (4.30 m/s) i +(- 3.10
m?s ) j. A)What is the force exerted on this particle by a magnetic field B= ( 1.60T) i? Find the x
component B) Find the y-component. C) Find the Z-component. D) What is the force exerted...
Best Answer: A) force f= q.(v X B)=q.(- 3.10*1.6)k =- 1.5*10-8*3.10*1.6k= -7.44*10-8k
magnitude of force=7.44*10-8newton
x comp=0
B)Y comp=0
c)Zcomp=7.44*10-8N
E)f=q.(vXB)=q.[(3.1*1.60)i+(-4.3*1.6)j ]
=7.44*10-8i - 10.32*10-8j
magnitude of f =12.72*10-8N
x comp=7.44*10-8N
y comp= - 10.32*10-8N
z comp=0
3.
A particle having a mass of 0.195 g carries a charge of -2.50x10^28 C. The particle is given an initial
horizontal northward velocity of 4.00 x 10^4 m/s. What are the magnitude and direction of the minimum
magnetic field that will balance the earths gravitational pull on the particle?
Update: -2.50x10^-8 C **** not ^28 C
Best Answer: You've got a gravitational force of mg in the direction of -z which is to be counteracted by
the electromagnetic force.
The EM force is F=qVxB. You are given q and V, calculate B to make F equal to the opposite of the
gravitational force vector.

4.
In a 1.35 T magnetic field directed vertically upward, a particle having a charge of magnitude 8.30 uC and
initially moving northward at 4.78 km/s is deflected toward the east. A)What is the sign of the charge of
this particle? The charge is negative. The charge is positive. B) Find the magnetic... show more

Direction is found by using Flemmings Left Hand rule


First (index) finger vertically up in the direction of field,central finger towards east (direction of motion of

charge), then thumb points east for force on positive charge


A) The charge is positive.
B) The magnetic force on the particle is 5.3559*10^(-2) N

5.

An electron experiences a magnetic force of magnitude


4.60 x 10-15 N ....?
An electron experiences a magnetic force of magnitude 4.60 x 10-15 N when moving at an angle of 60.0
degrees with respect to a magnetic field of magnitude 3.50 x 10-3 T. Find the speed of the electron.

Best Answer: F = B*q*v*sin x,


where F= Force experienced,
B = Magnetic field intensity,
v = velocity of electron,
q = charge of electron,
x = angle between the velocity vector and the field vector
6.
The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A particle (q = 5.0 nC, m = 3.0 g) moves in a
region where the magnetic field has components Bx = 2.0 mT, By = 3.0 mT, and Bz = -4.0 mT. At an
instant when the speed of the particle is 5.0 km/s and the direction of its velocity is 120 relative to the
magnetic field, what is the magnitude of the acceleration of the particle? a. 33 m/s2 b. 17 m/s2 c. 39 m/s2
d. 25 m/s2 e. 45 m/s2 2. Relevant equations ma = F = q.v.b.sin(theta) 3. The attempt at a solution im not
entirely sure if i have done this correctly...but here goes. to make tings easy... firstly...Bxyz = 5.4mT ???
and...3ug = 3 x 10^(-9) ??? a = ((5nc)(5000)(5.4mT)(sin 120))/(3ug)
7.

A particle (mass = 2.0 mg, charge = ) moves in the


positive direction along the x axis with a velocity of 4.0?
A particle (mass = 2.0 mg, charge = ) moves in the positive direction along the x axis with a velocity of 4.0
km/s. It enters a magnetic field of (1.0i + 4.0j + 6.0k) mT. What is the acceleration of the particle?
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Best Answer: Lorentz force is F = q v x B


In the present case v = (4.0i + 0j + 0k), and the cross product v x B is
| 4.0 .... 0 ...... 0 |
| 1.0 .. 4.0 .. 6.0 | = (0i - 24j + 16k) N/C
| .. i ...... j ....... k |
(the unit is N/C because v is in km/s = 10^3 m/s and B is in mT = 10^-3 T)
Therefore F = (0i - 24j + 16k)q N, and the acceleration is
a = F/m = (0i - 24j + 16k)q/m = (0i - 12j + 8.0k)q * 10^6 m/s

8.
A particle (mass 2.0 mg, charge 6.0 C) moves in the positive direction along the x axis with a velocity of
3.0 km/s. It enters a magnetic field of (2.0i + 3.0j + 4.0k) mT. What is the acceleration of the particle?
What an ugly question but it can be solved
F = q * (v X B) as v = velocity; B = Tesla
mass * acceleration = q * (v X B)
2*10^-6 kg * a = (-6 *10^-6 Coulombs) * (0i -12j + 9k) Tesla * meter/second
a = (-3) * (0i - 12j + 9k) meter/second^2 = (36i - 27j) meter/second^2 = A
9. note palitan mo lang ung values kasi ung given ditto iba dun sa problemcheck it out labs ok?
5.A 2.0-C charge moves with a velocity of (2.0i + 4.0j + 6.0k) m/s and experiences a magnetic force of
(4.0i 20j + 12k) N. The x component of the magnetic field is equal to zero. Determine the y component
of the magnetic field.
(4i - 20j + 12k) Newtons = (2 Coulombs) * ((2i + 4j + 6k) m/s X (0i + aj + bk) Tesla))
(2i - 10j + 6k) Newtons/Coulombs = ((2i + 4j + 6k) m/s X (0i + (a) j + (b) k) Tesla))
(2i - 10j + 6k) Newton/Coulombs = [(4b - 6a) i - (2b) j + (2a) k] Tesla meter/second
to find the y - component -10 j Newton/Coulombs = - 2b j Tesla meter/second
(-10 Newton/Coulomb)/(-2 meter/second) = 5 tesla as the letter C