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# The following cases in which no force is exerted by a magnetic field on a charge ismoving with constant velocitymoving in a circleat restmoving along a curved path

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moving with constant velocity
B
moving in a circle
C
moving along a curved path
D
at rest
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#### FB=q(→v×→B)if v=0,FB=0

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