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What must be known to determine the direction of the magnetic force on a charge?
the type of the charge
the amount of the charge
the direction of the magnetic field
the velocity of the charge
the strength of the magnetic field

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  1. surely your text answers these questions....

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  2. direction of the magnetic field?

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  3. the type of charge, its direction,and direction of the magnetic field.
    Does your text show you right hand,left hand rules? Surely it does.

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