AP Free Response Question
2009 Form B  B2
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Three particles are arranged on coordinate axes as shown above. Particle A has charge q
_{A}
=

0.20 nC , and is initially on the yaxis at y = 0.030 m. The other two particles each have charge q
_{B}
= +0.30 nC and are held fixed on the xaxis at x =

0.040 meters and x = +0.040 meters, respectively.
(a) Calculate the magnitude of the net electric force on particle A when it is at y = 0.030 m, and state its direction.
(b) Particle A is then released from rest. Qualitatively describe its motion over a long time.
In another experiment, particle A of charge q
_{A}
=

0.20 nC is injected into a uniform magnetic field of strength 0.50 T directed into the page, as shown below, entering the field with speed 6000 m/s.
(c) On the diagram above, sketch a complete path of particle A as it moves in the magnetic field.
(d) Calculate the magnitude of the force the magnetic field exerts on particle A as it enters the magnetic field.
(e) An electric field can be applied to keep particle A moving in a straight line through the magnetic field. Calculate the magnitude of this electric field and state its direction.
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potential energy
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