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    Describe the path of an electron that is projected vertically upward with a speed of 2.30 106 m/s into a uniform magnetic field of 0.190 T that is directed away from the observer. The electron will travel in a (clockwise vertical, clockwise horizontal, counterclockwise vertical or counterclockwise horizontal) and circle of radius m.

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    Problem: Describe the path of an electron that is projected vertically upward with a speed of 2.30 106 m/s into a uniform magnetic field of 0.190 T that is directed away from the observer. The electron will travel in a (clockwise vertical, clockwise horizontal, counterclockwise vertical or counterclockwise horizontal) and circle of radius m.

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    This solution provides help with a problem regarding the path and the direction of motion of an electron in a magnetic field. Step by step calculations are given.

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