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a positively charged particle having a charge q1= 1C and mass m1=40 grams is revolving along a circle of radius R=40 cms with velocity V1=5 m/s in a uniform magnetic field with the centre of the circle at the origin O of a 3-D system. At T=0, the particle was at (0, 0.4m, 0) and its velocity was directed along the +ve x-direction. another particle having charge q2=1C and mass m2=10 grams moving parallel to the +ve z-direction with velcity V2=40/(pi) m/s collides with the first particle and gets stuck to it. Neglecting gravitational and coulomb force calculate the x, y, z coordinates of the particle (combined) at t = (pi)/40 s.


a positively charged particle having a charge q1= 1C and mass m1=40 grams is revolving along a circle of radius R=40 cms with velocity V1=5 m/s in a uniform magnetic field with the centre of the circle at the origin O of a 3-D system. At T=0, the particle was at (0, 0.4m, 0) and its velocity was directed along the +ve x-direction. another particle having charge q2=1C and mass m2=10 grams moving parallel to the +ve z-direction with velcity V2=40/(pi) m/s collides with the first particle and gets stuck to it.  Neglecting gravitational and coulomb force calculate the x, y, z  coordinates of the particle (combined) at t = (pi)/40 s.


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