Answer to Question #40917 in Electromagnetism for Sue
In an oscilloscope, an electron is accelerated from rest through a voltage of 1.14 x 10^3 V it then passes through deflecting plates 2.00 cm apart, across which there is a voltage of 412 V. Its velocity when it enters the plate is perpendicular to the electric field of the plates. When the electron leaves the plates, what distance will it have moved toward the positive plate?
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