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Prove that the time for one revolution of a charged particle moving perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field is independent of it's speed. Write an expression that gives the period T in terms of the mass and charge of the particle and the magnetic field strength.

2. Relevant equations

Fc=4*pi*^2mr/T^2

Fm=qvB

3. The attempt at a solution

Fc=Fm

v=4*pi*^2mr/T^2qB

is that right?

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