1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data When the terminals of a 100V battery are connected to two large parallel horizontal plates 1 cm apart the electric field E between them has a magnitude of E=10^4 NC^-1, and is directed upward. Compute the force on the electron in the field and compare it with the weight of the electron. [charge on an electron = -1.6x10^-19, mass of electron =9.11x10^-31kg] If the electron were projected into the field with an initial horizontal velocity V0, find the equation of its trajectory of the form y=f(x) (take y verticle and x horizontal). 3. The attempt at a solution I have a solution to the first part using the formula: F=qE, I found f = -1.6x10^-15. I then wored out the weight using w=mg, getting 8.94x10^-30 N. I compared this and explained that as F is vastly bigger than W the object will move upwards rather than downwards towards gravity. However I have no clue on how to do the second part, please help.