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Posted by Stephanie23-22 on Sunday, July 8, 2012 at 9:44pm.

An electron is released from rest at a perpendicular distance of 9.1 cm from a line of charge on a very long nonconducting rod. That charge is uniformly distributed, with 7.8 ěC per meter. What is the magnitude of the electron's initial acceleration?

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