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The velocity of electromagnetic wave is parallel to

Options

  • `vecB xx vecE`

  • `vecE xx vecB`

  • `vecE`

  • `vecB`

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Solution

`vecB`

Explanation:

Electromagnetic waves have a velocity that is perpendicular to both the electric field vector `vecE` and the magnetic field vector `vecB`, and its direction can be determined using the right-hand rule.

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