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- Homework Statement
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- Relevant Equations
- mv^2/2, f=qB/2pim

For this question part d, KE=mv^2/2=q^2B^2r^2/2m (I rearranged B=mv/qr for v and subbed into mv^2/2). q^2b^2r^2/2m=2F_cyc^2r^2m(pi)^2

But when I subbed the values in I got 16.45MeV but the answer says 165keV instead. I'm not sure what went wrong?

What's a good explanation for part e also?

But when I subbed the values in I got 16.45MeV but the answer says 165keV instead. I'm not sure what went wrong?

What's a good explanation for part e also?