Find the force of the electron due to the magnetic field
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An electron in a vaccuum is first accelerated by a voltage of 10,000 volts and then enters a region in which there is a uniform magnetic field of 0.6T at right angles to the direction of the electron's motion.

a) What is the force of the electron due to the magnetic field?

b) What will be the speed of the electron after is has been in the magnetic field for 10 seconds? Why?

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