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Magnetic Force Application (6) An electric current flows through each of the letter-shaped wires in a region of uniform magnetic field pointing into the plane. Find the direction of the resultant magnetic force on each letter. N W E S NW NE SE SW B tsl193 – p.1/7
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Magnetic Force Application (9) Two charged particles are released in different uniform fields. Ignore gravity. (a) Find the the horizontal velocity components v Ex , v Bx and the vertical velocity components v Ey , v By at the instant each particle hits the wall. (b) Find the times t E , t B it takes each particle to reach the wall. E = 1N/C B = 1T v = 1m/s 0 1m m = 1kg q = 1C q = 1C m = 1kg v = 1/m/s 0 + + tsl204 – p.2/7
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Magnetic Force Application (11) If the magnetic moment of the current loop (1) is μ 1 = 1 Am 2 , what are the magnetic moments μ 2 , μ 3 , μ 4 of the current loops (2), (3), (4), respectively? (1) (2) (3) (4) tsl206 – p.3/7
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Magnetic Force Application (12) An electric current I = 1 A flows through the M-shaped wire in the direction indicated.
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