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|dw:1333567897583:dw| @experimentX why did he give velocity?
I mean there is only downward acceleration no matter how spped it comes in right?
The particles initial velocity here is irrelevant, yes.
But doing like this I am not gettin the correct answer
Answer is 10^(8)m/s^2
btw, why are you showing gravity. The orientation of the plates in a gravitational field is not specified.
So let's talk about the electric field. What is it in this problem?
True but apparently all the questions here is preimplied that it is on earth because he gave mass
No, what the electric force will give you is the force. Then you use the mass to find the acceleration as F = ma
E is 10^4 N/C
Damn!I wish the'd specify as to whether it is on earth or not.
How did you calculate E?
but you are getting insane values
In this case
Right. I also agree with expX. The value of a is slightly crazy. This problem was not well written.
I am unsure as if to what he meant by entered with a velocity.I mean why did he give velocity.
velocity would be irrelevant ... though it would seem to produce same path as projectile motion and also gravitional force is also irrelevant ... for this high amount of vlaue
probably because there's a part (b) to the question about path.
unfortunately, i got the same value ...
Yeah that's why Iam thinking did he mean something else when he said that
For the record, the value of \[ a = 10^8 \ m/s \] is crazy because very quickly you will reach relativistic speeds where all kinds of adjustments to calculations need to be made. But even so, this is not outside the realm of possibility.
but this is crazy ... crazy amount of charge for 10^(-15) kg
10^(-11) = 10^8 electrons
still what is your answer?
maybe ... relativistic answer .. since the velocity is also relativistic ...???
Yeah the answer is acceleration is 10^8 m/s^2
then this is your answer .. i got the same value.
Oh I see ok.Then giving velocity was indeed useless.
pretty much .. though it looks interesting.
Yeah I mean what cause could it probably have even if part of the question was missing
the relativistic speed of the initial velocity ... measurement of length and time do not be the same.
Einstein's relativity ... when any object moves at speed comparable to speed of light, time seems a lit longer ... and lengths seems to contract.
in other words, measurement do not be exact ... i would not like to speak too much on this part. because i lack so much knowledge