anonymous
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A positive charge is moving from the floor of a room toward the ceiling. A magnetic field runs from east to west. In what direction is the magnetic force on the moving positive charge? A. toward the north B. toward the south C. toward the east D. toward the west E. toward the floor
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anonymous
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use Fleming's left hand rule.note that the direction of current is same as that of a positive charge unlike electrons
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  • anonymous
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  • anonymous
@ thinker 1 can u please explan to me that formula what the letters stand for

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q=charge v=velocity b=magnetic feild f=force
anonymous
  • anonymous
so the magnetic field is in the same direction with the charge?
anonymous
  • anonymous
nomagnetic feild is pependicular to velocity of charge
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks alot
anonymous
  • anonymous
my pleasure
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  • anonymous
which one is it?
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Hi

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