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# Electric field: Force on a proton, x and y components, magnitude, acceleration

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The electric field at a point in space is 900 900 .

Part A
What is the x-component of the electric force on a proton at this point?
Express your answer numerically, in newtons, to three significant figures.

Part B
What is the y-component of the electric force on a proton at this point?
Express your answer numerically, in Newton's, to three significant figures.

Part C
What is the x-component of the electric force on an electron at this point?
Express your answer numerically, in newtons, to three significant figures.

Part D
What is the y-component of the electric force on a electron at this point?
Express your answer numerically, in Newton's, to three significant figures.

Part E
What is the magnitude of the proton's acceleration?
Express your answer numerically, in meters per second squared, to three significant figures.

Part F
What is the magnitude of the electron's acceleration?
Express your answer numerically, in meters per second squared, to three significant figures.

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#### Solution Summary

In this solution electric forces are examined on a proton. X and Y components are considered as well as magnitude and acceleration.

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