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Ive been working trying to solve this problem for several hours so I think I need some help. I've been trying to use the momentum principle, p(final) = p(initial) + F*t. Can anyone offer some help or advice?

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Ive been working trying to solve this problem for several hours so I think I need some help. I've been trying to use the momentum principle, p(final) = p(initial) + F*t. Can anyone offer some help or advice?

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Think of angular momentum. If the charge does not radiate, nor collides with another particle, then it has constant angular momentum.

When a particle moves with a relativistic velocity, what correction is applied to the mass? What about the magnetic field?

Think about the formula for angular momentum.

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