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Unformatted text preview: Homework 7 Chapter 29 Ch. 29, Q: 3, 6, 9, 11 Ch. 29, P: 5, 7, 14, 30, 37, 42 Questions 3) If a charged particle is moving in a straight line through some region of space the magnetic field is not necessarily zero. There could be a magnetic field could be in the same direction (or opposite direction) as the velocity of the particle. 6) Similarities include between electric and magnetic field include: both cause forces for which the force is proportional to the charge. Differences include: the force is parallel or anti-parallel to the electric fields, the force is perpendicular to the magnetic fields. Electric fields can do work but magnetic fields cannot. 9) a) The magnetic field must be into the page by the right hand rule (remember that the electron is negatively charged). b) If the magnetic field were reversed the deflection would electron is negatively charged)....
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