GR0177 #58



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BerkeleyEric 20100718 19:23:00  Basically the electric field pushes the proton in +x and the magnetic field pushes it in x, so when the velocity is increased (by increasing V), the magnetic field wins out.  

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BerkeleyEric 20100718 19:23:00  Basically the electric field pushes the proton in +x and the magnetic field pushes it in x, so when the velocity is increased (by increasing V), the magnetic field wins out.   niux 20091102 13:16:46  Although magnetic field is now bigger, the particle is not deflected in the direction of magnetic field (+y), but in the direction resultant from vectorial product: v cross B (+z cross +y) i.e. in (x) direction, then we have choice B.   chahah 20091101 10:25:37  The initial calculation could just be omitted, since the answer choices do not contain any numbers.  

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