## Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Particle Cycloidal Path = Velocity of Electron in Force Fields/Angular Speed of Electron
R = Vef/ωe
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Particle Cycloidal Path - (Measured in Meter) - Particle Cycloidal Path is the path of a charged particle starting from rest in uniform static crossed electric and magnetic fields.
Velocity of Electron in Force Fields - (Measured in Meter per Second) - The Velocity of electron in force fields is the speed at which an electron revolves in an electric and magnetic field.
Angular Speed of Electron - (Measured in Radian per Second) - The Angular Speed of Electron is the rate at which an electron is rotating around a center in a given time period.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Velocity of Electron in Force Fields: 160.869 Meter per Second --> 160.869 Meter per Second No Conversion Required
Angular Speed of Electron: 40000000000 Radian per Second --> 40000000000 Radian per Second No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
R = Vefe --> 160.869/40000000000
Evaluating ... ...
R = 4.021725E-09
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
4.021725E-09 Meter --> No Conversion Required
4.021725E-09 4E-9 Meter <-- Particle Cycloidal Path
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane Formula

Particle Cycloidal Path = Velocity of Electron in Force Fields/Angular Speed of Electron
R = Vef/ωe

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## How to Calculate Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane?

Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane calculator uses Particle Cycloidal Path = Velocity of Electron in Force Fields/Angular Speed of Electron to calculate the Particle Cycloidal Path, Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane can be calculated with the velocity of electron in the two fields that are electric and magnetic fields by the angular velocity of the particle acted in the magnetic field in a cycloidal plane. Particle Cycloidal Path is denoted by R symbol.

How to calculate Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane, enter Velocity of Electron in Force Fields (Vef) & Angular Speed of Electron e) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4E-9 = 160.869/40000000000.

### FAQ

What is Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane?
Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane can be calculated with the velocity of electron in the two fields that are electric and magnetic fields by the angular velocity of the particle acted in the magnetic field in a cycloidal plane and is represented as R = Vefe or Particle Cycloidal Path = Velocity of Electron in Force Fields/Angular Speed of Electron. The Velocity of electron in force fields is the speed at which an electron revolves in an electric and magnetic field & The Angular Speed of Electron is the rate at which an electron is rotating around a center in a given time period.
How to calculate Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane?
Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane can be calculated with the velocity of electron in the two fields that are electric and magnetic fields by the angular velocity of the particle acted in the magnetic field in a cycloidal plane is calculated using Particle Cycloidal Path = Velocity of Electron in Force Fields/Angular Speed of Electron. To calculate Path Length of Particle in Cycloidal Plane, you need Velocity of Electron in Force Fields (Vef) & Angular Speed of Electron e). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Velocity of Electron in Force Fields & Angular Speed of Electron and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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