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Problem: For a charged particle, a constant magnetic field can be used to changea. only the direction of the particle's velocity.b. only the magnitude of the particle's velocity.c. both the magnitude and direction of the particle's velocity.d. None of the above.

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The magnetic force acting on a particle is perpendicular to the particle's velocity.

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For a charged particle, a constant magnetic field can be used to change

a. only the direction of the particle's velocity.

b. only the magnitude of the particle's velocity.

c. both the magnitude and direction of the particle's velocity.

d. None of the above.

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