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A horizontal Electric Field is applied to the original spring-mass system as shown below:


What is the tangent of the angle θ (tan(θ)) between the spring and the vertical in terms of E, ke (type "ke"), q, m, and g as needed? Indicate multiplication with a "*" sign and division with a "/" sign. HINT: For this one you do need to consider the graviational force, but you don't need to use Hooke's Law - pretend the spring is a string!

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