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In the figure, five long parallel wires in the xy plane are separated by distance d = 6.30 cm, have lengths of 10.0 m, and carry identical currents of 3.52 A out of the page. Each wire experiences a magnetic force due to the other wires. What is the magnitude of the net magnetic force on (a) wire 1, (b) wire 2, (c) wire 3, (d) wire 4, (e) wire 5?

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the cross section of five long parallel wires, separated by a
distance d = 10 cm and have lengths of 21.0 m. Each wire carries a
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currents 2 and 4 are into the page. Each wire experiences a
magnetic force due to the other wires. What is the magnitude and
direction of the net magnetic force on wire 1?

s the cross section of five long parallel wires, separated by a
distance d = 10 cm and have lengths of 21.0 m. Each wire carries a
current of 5.6 A. Currents 1, 3, and 5 are out of the page, while
currents 2 and 4 are into the page. Each wire experiences a
magnetic force due to the other wires. What is the magnitude and
direction of the net magnetic force on wire 1?

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directions.
(a) Find the magnitude and direction of the net magnetic field
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magnitude
N/m
direction
---Select--- towards wire 1...

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