Posted by **josh** on Saturday, March 24, 2012 at 5:41pm.

A rectangular loop of wire, L = 26.2 cm and W = 15.4 cm, carries a I1 = 1.83 A current and lies in a plane (d = 13.6 cm), which also contains a very long straight wire carrying a I2 = 10.5 A current.

I used this equation:

F1+F2 = mu0*I1*I2*0.262/(2pi)*(1/0.136-1/0.290)=2.57*10^-7 but this is wrong. Anyone know where I went wrong ?

## Answer this Question

## Related Questions

- physics - A long, vertical, straight wire carries a current I going upwards. The...
- PHYSICS - A conductor consists of a circular loop of radius R and two straight, ...
- PHYSICS helppp!!! - A conductor consists of a circular loop of radius R and two ...
- Physics - A square loop 10cm on a side carries a current I' = 1A, and is placed ...
- physics - A long straight wire is oriented in the z direction and carries a ...
- PHYSICS - A circular wire loop of mass and radius carries a current . It hangs ...
- PHYSICS - A circular wire loop of mass M and radius R carries a current I . It ...
- physics - A circular wire loop of mass M and radius R carries a current I . It ...
- physics and magnets - A circular wire loop of mass M and radius R carries a ...
- physics - A square loop of wire of side 2.8 cm carries 3.0 A of current. A ...

More Related Questions