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Can someone help me with question bii. I don’t understand what they mean by “magnitude of deflection”Name:  F6D3474B-8EDC-41BA-93AB-A48EC4CDE38B.png
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"Magnitude of deflection" is just a way of referring to the quantity y without worrying about its sign (whether the deflection is up or down in diagram). To work this out, think about how long it takes between the electron entering and leaving the plates, and what acceleration it experiences in vertical direction during this time.
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