Question Solved1 Answer Question 5 m - + The electric field between the charged parallel plates shown above has a magnitude of 150 What is the magnitude and direction of a magnetic field applied to the same region that will allow a positively charged particle traveling at 3 x 106 to pass between the plates undeflected? A 5 x 10-5 T, out of the page B 5 x 10-5 T, bottom of the page C) 2 x 104 T, bottom of the page D) 2 x 104 T, out of the page E 4.5 x 108 T, into the page

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Transcribed Image Text: Question 5 m - + The electric field between the charged parallel plates shown above has a magnitude of 150 What is the magnitude and direction of a magnetic field applied to the same region that will allow a positively charged particle traveling at 3 x 106 to pass between the plates undeflected? A 5 x 10-5 T, out of the page B 5 x 10-5 T, bottom of the page C) 2 x 104 T, bottom of the page D) 2 x 104 T, out of the page E 4.5 x 108 T, into the page
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Transcribed Image Text: Question 5 m - + The electric field between the charged parallel plates shown above has a magnitude of 150 What is the magnitude and direction of a magnetic field applied to the same region that will allow a positively charged particle traveling at 3 x 106 to pass between the plates undeflected? A 5 x 10-5 T, out of the page B 5 x 10-5 T, bottom of the page C) 2 x 104 T, bottom of the page D) 2 x 104 T, out of the page E 4.5 x 108 T, into the page
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Solution:cundition for undeflect particlefe_(e)=fmelectric forme{:[q","E=q vv B],[E=VB],[B=(E)/(V)=(150)/(3xx10^(6))],[B=50 xx10^(-6)=5xx10^(-5)T" Ans "],[" fe "],[f_(m)^(P)],[ ... See the full answer