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Posted by monique on Monday, July 26, 2010 at 8:27pm.

The magnetic field at the center of a 0.70-cm-diameter loop is 2.4 mT.
What is the current in the loop?
A long straight wire carries the same current you found in part a. At what distance from the wire is the magnetic field 2.4 mT?

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