Posted by **Sabrina** on Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 1:42am.

Consider two straight conductors of length 0.9m, carrying current of 19.9A and 12A respectively. If they are placed 0.3m apart, what is the value 10^6 ×F, where F is the magnitude of the force (in N) between these two conductors. Express the answer with one decimal place.

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