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Posted by opp on Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 11:35pm.

Two concentric circular wire loops in the same plane each carry a current. The larger loop has a current of 8.62 A circulating clockwise and has a radius of 6.09 cm. The smaller loop has a radius of 4.42 cm. What is the current in the smaller loop if the total magnetic field at the center of the system is zero?

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