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Posted by James Mesch on Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 11:36am.

Question- A deflecting force is experienced by a charged particle entering a magnetic field. The deflecting force is always______

A. parallel to the magnetic field lines
B. parallel to the motion of the charged particle
C. perpendicular to both the motion of the charged particles and the direction of the magnetic field lines

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