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1. Suppose an electron is released from rest in a uniform electric field whose magnitude is 5900
V/m. Through what potential difference will it have passed after moving 1 cm? How fast will
the electron be moving after it has travelled 1.00 cm?
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1. Suppose an electron is released from rest in a uniform electric field whose magnitude is 5900 V/m. Through what potential difference will it have passed after moving 1 cm? How fast will the electron be moving after it has travelled 1.00 cm?

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