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PH 223 32:1-3
Transcript of PH 223 32:1-3
a (1 cm, 0,0)
b (0, 1 cm, 0)
c (0, -2 cm, 0)
A proton is passing the origin. The magnetic field at the (x,y,z) position (1mm, 0,0) is 1.0 x 10 j T. The field at (0, 1 mm, 0) is -1 x 10 i T. What are the speed and direction of the proton?
Cross product. What is ( 2, 4, 5) x ( -2, 3, 0)
what is the angle between these two vectors
what is the length of the resulting vector?
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