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What is the direction of the magnetic force on a positive charge that moves as shown in each of the six cases shown in Figure 22.50?
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<b>Figure 22.50</b> A positive charge moving through a magnetic field.
Figure 22.50 A positive charge moving through a magnetic field.
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  1. left
  2. into the page
  3. up
  4. no force
  5. right
  6. down
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OpenStax College Physics Solution, Chapter 22, Problem 1 (Problems & Exercises) (2:59)


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Submitted by ainarani on Wed, 01/01/2020 - 00:38

i need solution for quetions 54PE

Submitted by JHIBARGER on Fri, 03/13/2020 - 10:13

Which book are these questions from?

Submitted by JHIBARGER on Sat, 03/14/2020 - 12:08

Thank you. Are they applicable if you are using the openstax University Physics volume 2 book? Or is there something similar available specifically for that text book? Cheers!

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Submitted by ShaunDychko on Sat, 03/14/2020 - 15:30

No, these don't apply to University Physics. This is for an algebraic course. I'd imagine Chegg has solutions for University Physics.

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Submitted by katiechapman on Mon, 07/20/2020 - 18:55

Love this as a resource! It has honestly helped me so much, but why is there only odds now? I need evens too!

Submitted by ShaunDychko on Thu, 07/23/2020 - 12:26

Hi Katie,
I'm really glad the videos have been so helpful! Thanks for sharing that. It's helpful motivation for.... the evens! I'm done evens up to chapter 20, with a pace of about 1 chapter of evens every 2 weeks. I did the initial run-through with only odds in order to cover as many topics as quickly as possible so there's a little something for everyone (odds for all chapters) rather than everything for only some (all questions for fewer chapters).
All the best,

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Submitted by zulls on Mon, 01/17/2022 - 03:48

Hi, can you explain the right hand rule for part a, I'm slightly confused with which way the palm and fingers are supposed to be facing