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    An electron is fired at a speed of vo= 5.6x10^6m/s and at an angle of -45 degrees between two parallel conducting plates that are D=2.0mm apart. If the potential difference between the plates is V= 100V, determine:
    a) How close "d" the electron will get to the bottom plate, and
    b) Where the electron will strike the top plate

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