Ch 20 hw 5

Ch 20 hw 5 - 1. [MI02 20.E.03.] 1/1 points | 1/2...

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1. [MI02 20.E.03.] 1/1 points | 1/2 submissions Last Response | Show Details All Responses Notes In Figure 20.6 there is a uniform magnetic field going into the page, produced by a large current-carrying coil (not shown). Would a moving electron go in a clockwise or counter- clockwise circle? (Hint: try both directions, and see which direction is consistent with the magnetic force.) Note that we're not asking what magnetic field is made by the moving electron, but what effect the coil's magnetic field has on the moving electron. (o) (o) Clockwise: is outward, but the force is inward because the particle is negatively charged. (_) (_) Counterclockwise: is outward, but the force is inward because the particle is negatively charged. (_) (_) Counterclockwise: is inward, so the force is inward. (_) (_) Clockwise: is inward, so the force is inward. Figure 20.6 2. [MI02 20.E.11a.] 2/2 points | 2/2 submissions Last Response | Show Details All Responses Notes A neutral copper bar oriented horizontally moves
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Ch 20 hw 5 - 1. [MI02 20.E.03.] 1/1 points | 1/2...

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