1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 0.0034kg bullet moves with a speed of 160 m/s perpendicular to the Earth's magnetic field of 5E-5 T. If the bullet has a net charge of 13.5E-9 C, by what distance is it deflected due to the magnetic field after it has traveled 1000m? 2. Relevant equations radius = mv/qB theta = arc length/radius 3. The attempt at a solution First, I found the radius of the circle via: r = (mv)/qB = 8.1E11 Next, I found theta using the arc length of the circle traveled by the bullet divided by the radius of that circle: theta = arc/radius = 1000/8.1E11 Finally, to find the distance it's deflected, I used the triangle approach: tan(theta) = x/1000 However, my answer is incorrect. Any ideas would be great, thanks in advance.