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A rocket zooms past the earth at v =2.0×106m/s. Scientists on the rocket have created the electric and magnetic fields shown in the figure.(Figure 1) Assume that B = 1.2 T and E = 1.2×106 V/m .

a. What is the electric field strength measured by an earthbound scientist?

b. What is the magnetic field strength measured by an earthbound scientist?

В
2.0 x 10 m/s
E
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В 2.0 x 10 m/s E

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