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Asked Sep 19, 2019

Each of the four parts of this problem depicts a motion diagram for a charged particle moving through a region of uniform electric field. For each part, draw a vector representing the direction of the electric field.

Step 1

From the motion diagram in 1^{st} case, the length of the vector is decreasing towards the left. This means the charge is decelerating. Hence, the direction of electric field is towards the right as depicted below.

Step 2

From the motion diagram in 2nd case, the length of the vector is increasing towards the right. This means the charge is accelerating. Hence, the direction ...

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