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Problem 82

Figure 29-85 shows, in cross section, two long parallel wires that are separated by distance d ! 18.6 cm. Each carries 4.23 A, out of the page in wire 1 and into the page in wire 2. In unit-vector notation, what is the net magnetic field at point P at distance R ! 34.2 cm, due to the two currents?

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