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so the components of momentum for the electron would be

p_e = [tex]p_\gamma'[/tex] in the -y direction and for the x component

[tex]p_ex= \sqrt{p_\gamma^2-p_\gamma'^2-p_ey^2}[/tex]

does this seem like the correct approach to this problem?

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so the components of momentum for the electron would be

p_e = [tex]p_\gamma'[/tex] in the -y direction and for the x component

[tex]p_ex= \sqrt{p_\gamma^2-p_\gamma'^2-p_ey^2}[/tex]

does this seem like the correct approach to this problem?

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Could this be the answer? That is the components of the momentum of the system before the interaction should be equal to the components of the momentum of the system after the interaction.

Could this be the answer? That is the components of the momentum of the system before the interaction should be equal to the components of the momentum of the system after the interaction.

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