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Consider two long and parallel current carrying wires that are a distance 7.00 m away from each other, and carrying 73.0 mA and 40.0 mA currents. Assume that the origin of the coordinate system is on the 40.0 mA wire and its positive x axis is directed towards the 73.0 mA wire that is perpendicular to the wires.

Part C If these currents are in the opposite direction, find all locations where the net magnetic field of the two wires is maximum.

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