[SOLVED] Lorentz Force Law Problem Problem and known data: 34.6 An electron travels with velocity 4.9 X 10^6 m/s in the i direction, through a point in space where the magnetic field is .111 T in the j direction. The force on the electron at this point is F=(9.5 x 10^-14 i - 9.5 x 10^-14 k) What is the electric field in each direction? 2. Relevant equations F = q(E + v x B) 3. Attempt at a solution: I've been trying to just plug in the component vectors--ie for the "i" direction: 9.5 x 10^-14 = -q (E) + -q(4.9 x 10^6)(0) which gives: -593750 N/C in the i direction And I've tried various other combinations (ie using the magnetic field in every direction-- for example in the i direction-- 9.5 x 10^-14 = -q (E) + -q(4.9 x 10^6)(.111) but I'm still not getting the right answer) Any help would be much appreciated! Thank you so much!