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An electron moving along the *x*-axis has a position given by *x* = *Ate** ^{ - Bt}* m, where

Step 1

__Given:__

Position of electron on x-axis, x = Ate^{-Bt}

A and B are the postive constants.

Step 2

Calculating the velocity of the electron:

Step 3

Calculating the time at which the electron momentarily stops:

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