Magnetic field:

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**Part A**

The total magnetic field at the origin:

An electron and a proton are each moving at 795 km/s in perpendicular paths as shown in (Figure 1) .

**Part A**

At the instant when they are at the positions shown, find the magnitude of the total magnetic field they produce at the origin.

**Part B**

Find the direction of the total magnetic field they produce at the origin.

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