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In what directions are there non-zero components of the magnetic force

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TravisBoyd
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Apr10-14, 03:49 PM
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In what directions are there non-zero components of the magnetic force exerted on electrons in the metal aircraft if it is flying due west? (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)
a)North
b)South
c)East
d)West
e)Up
f)Down
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Apr10-14, 03:52 PM
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This appears to be a homework or homework-style question. As such it belongs in the Homework sub-forum. Please be sure to follow the instructions that appear when you create a new post/thread.
BiGyElLoWhAt
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Apr10-14, 04:41 PM
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He posted it there too... I think he's looking for someone to do his homework for him... Check the hw thread and you'll see what I mean.


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