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# A proton is fired from origin with velocity →v=v0^j+v0^k in a uniform magnetic field →B=B0^j. In the subsequent motion of the proton

A
its ycoordinate will be proportional to its time of flight
B
its xcoordinate can never by positive
C
its x and zcoordinate cannot be zero at the same time
D
None of the above
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#### B its x−coordinate can never by positive

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