1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In an inkjet printer, letters are built up by squirting drops of ink at the paper from a rapidly moving nozzle. The pattern on the paper is controlled by an electrostatic valve that determines at each nozzle position whether ink is squirted onto the paper or not. The ink drops, 15 μm in radius, have a mass of 1.41 x 10-11 KG leave the nozzle and travel toward the paper at 20 m/s. The drops pass through a charging unit that gives each drop a positive charge q when the drop loses some electrons. The drops then pass between parallel deflecting plates 2.0 cm in length where there is a uniform vertical electric field with magnitude 9.1 x 104 N/C. If a drop is to be deflected 0.30 mm by the time it reaches the end of the deflection plate, what magnitude of charge must be given to the drop? (Answer in pC -- pico Coulombs.) 2. Relevant equations F = (k*q1*q2)/r^2 , where k=8.99e9 E(Electric field) = F/q 3. The attempt at a solution I'm pretty stuck on this one and any help on how to do this or to get me started would be appreciated.