1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The y-axis marks the boundary between the area where the is no electric field (in the second and third quadrant) and the area where there is a constant electric field: E = 610j N/C (in the first and fourth quadrant). An electron travels along the negative x-axis toward the origin at vo = 7.04i Mm/s, and then it enters the electric field.and changes direction. Find the y-coordinate of the electron, in cm, when its x-coordinate is 92.3 cm. 2. Relevant equations following two formulas may be useful I do not know E=kq/r^2 F=qE I suppose to use a formula that relate with value v0 I guess. 3. The attempt at a solution Anyone can help me figure it out. thank you. I do not have any idea of it.