Number of results: 132,046

**physics**

Two long straight wires are parallel and 9.0 cm apart. They are to carry equal currents such that the magnetic field at a point halfway between them has magnitude 320 µT. (a) Should the currents be in the same or opposite directions? opposite (b) How much current is needed?

*February 9, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Two 10 meter long wires are parallel to each other and 5 cm apart.They carry currents of 6.0 A in opposite directions. What is the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at a point P,halfway between the wires? Calculate the force exerted by the left wire on the right ...

*May 24, 2009 by Sandhya*

**physics**

Two long, straight, parallel wires 10 cm apart carry currents in opposite directions. (a) Use the right-hand source and force rules to determine whether the forces on the wires are (1) attractive or (2) repulsive. Show your reasoning. (b) If the wires carry equal currents of 3...

*August 15, 2013 by john*

**College Physics**

Two long, straight, parallel wires 8.0 cm apart carry currents in opposite directions. Use the right-hand source and force rules to determine whether the forces on the wires are attractive or repulsive. a)Repulsive b)Attractive If the wires carry equal currents of 4.0 A, what ...

*February 19, 2010 by Lanise*

**Physics (urgent please)**

Two parallel wires are carrying 5A and are separated by 2.0 m. if the currents are in opposite directions, what is the magnitude of the magnetic field halfway between them? Someone please help as I can't figure out the question. Thanks, They are asking for the field between ...

*June 20, 2007 by James P.*

**physics**

Two long, straight wires are separated by 0.12 m. The wires carry currents of 8.0 A in opposite directions, as the drawing indicates. (a) Find the magnitude of the net magnetic field at the point A. ___T (b) Find the magnitude of the net magnetic field at the point B. ___T

*September 21, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Two very long, straight, parallel wires separated by distance d carry currents of magnitude I in opposite directions. Find the magnetic field at a point equidistant from the lines, with a distance 2d from each line.

*March 28, 2010 by Lee*

**PHYSISC**

Two parallel, straight wires that are very long are separated by a distance of 0.065 m and carry currents of I1 =15 A and I2 =7.0A. Find the magnitude and direction of the force that the magnetic field of wire 1 applies to a 1.5-m section of wire 2 when the currents have ...

*September 3, 2011 by KAIT*

**physics**

Two parallel wires carry 1-A currents in unknown directions. The distance between the wires is 10-cm. What is the magnitude of the magnetic field B in Teslas at a point P located 6-cm away from the axis of one of the wires and 8-cm away from the axis of the other wire? Unot=...

*March 30, 2013 by rohit*

**Physics**

The figure below shows two current carrying wires and the directions of the currents they carry. The wires carry the following currents: I1 = 7.1 A and I2 = 8.9 A. Wire 1 is at (0, 5.8) mm; wire 2 is at (15.1, 0) mm; point P is at (15.1, 5.8) mm. Wire 1 is pointing into the ...

*April 10, 2012 by Jessica*

**Physics/math**

Two parallel wires carry 1-A currents in unknown directions. The distance between the wires is 10-cm. What is the magnitude of the magnetic field B in Teslas at a point P located 6-cm away from the axis of one of the wires and 8-cm away from the axis of the other wire? Unot=...

*March 25, 2013 by Jack*

**Physics**

Two parallel wires carry 1-A currents in unknown directions. The distance between the wires is 10-cm. What is the magnitude of the magnetic field B in Teslas at a point P located 6-cm away from the axis of one of the wires and 8-cm away from the axis of the other wire? Details...

*March 27, 2013 by Gurudev*

**Physics/math**

Two parallel wires carry 1-A currents in unknown directions. The distance between the wires is 10-cm. What is the magnitude of the magnetic field B in Teslas at a point P located 6-cm away from the axis of one of the wires and 8-cm away from the axis of the other wire? Unot ...

*March 25, 2013 by Jack*

**Physics**

Two parallel wires carry 1-A currents in unknown directions. The distance between the wires is 10-cm. What is the magnitude of the magnetic field B in Teslas at a point P located 6-cm away from the axis of one of the wires and 8-cm away from the axis of the other wire? Details...

*March 27, 2013 by Steve*

**College Physics**

Two long, parallel wires separated by 50 cm each carry currents of 3.0 A in a horizontal direction. Find the magnetic field midway between the wires if the currents are in the same direction. B= T Find if they are in opposite directions. B= T

*February 19, 2010 by Lanise*

**physics**

The figure below shows two current carrying wires and the directions of the currents they carry. The wires carry the following currents: I1 = 12.5 A and I2 = 9.8 A. Wire 1 is at (0, 4.0) mm; wire 2 is at (13.3, 0) mm; point P is at (13.3, 4.0) mm. webassign. net/userimages/...

*April 10, 2013 by k*

**physics please help??**

I know how to do this problem, but I am having a difficult time figuring out the distance . I thought that from wire 1 to P2 the distance is 45 cm, and the distance from wire 2 to the p2 the distance is 35 cm. However, I believe I am wrong, can someone please explain o me ...

*October 27, 2012 by henry*

**Physics**

Two long, straight, parallel wires carry current in the same direction. If the wires are 24 cm apart and carry currents of 2.0 A and 4.0 A, respectively, find the force per unit length on each wire?

*December 13, 2012 by Lorii*

**physics**

Two long parallel wires carry currents of 10 A in opposite directions. they are separated by 40 cm. what is the magnetic field in the plane of the wires that is 20 cm from one wire and 60 cm from the other?

*May 24, 2010 by manisha*

**Physics**

Two parallel wires carry currents in the same direction. I1=3A and I2=1A and the distance between the conductors is 4 cm. The magnetic field midway between these two wires is

*April 25, 2011 by asif*

**Physics**

Two parallel wires carry currents in the same direction. I1=3A and I2=1A and the distance between the conductors is 4 cm. The magnetic field midway between these two wires is

*April 25, 2011 by asif*

**Physics**

Two long, straight, parallel wires carry current in the same direction. If the wires are 24 cm apart and carry currents of 2.0 A and 4.0 A, respectively, find the force per unit length on each wire? I'm not really sure how to go about this. I must be spacing or something.

*December 13, 2012 by Lorii*

**Physics - Verification**

Two long straight parallel wires separated by a distance of 20 cm carry currents of 30 A and 40 A in opposite directions. What is the magnitude of the resulting magnetic field at a point that is 15 cm from the wire carrying the 30-A current and 25 cm from the other wire? So I ...

*August 12, 2012 by Robert*

**Physics--Current question**

Two long straight parallel wires separated by 1.00mm carrying currents in opposite directions with current equaling 10.0A each. Find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at Point A which = 0.50mm, Point B = 0.50mm, and Point C=0.50mm and write the directions of ...

*July 27, 2009 by MP*

**Phys 2425**

Two parallel wires, separated by the distance of 2 cm, carry the currents I1 = 1 A and I2 = 2 A in the same direction. How far from the wire carrying the current I1 is the magnetic field zero? I am wondering if the answer might be that it can never equal 0. Since the current ...

*March 18, 2016 by A*

**physics**

Two very long, straight, parallel wires carry currents that are directed perpendicular. Wire 1 carries a current I1 into the page (in the -z direction) and passes through the x axis at x = +a. Wire 2 passes through the x axis at x = -2a and carries an unknown current I2. The ...

*April 9, 2011 by Rachel*

**Physics**

Two parallel, uniformly charged, infinitely long wires carry opposite charges with a linear charge density ? = 5 £gC/m and are 8 cm apart. What is the magnitude and direction of the electric field at a point midway between them and 49 cm above the plane containing the two ...

*February 17, 2012 by Long*

**Physics**

Two long parallel wires separated by a distance, d, carry currents in opposite directions. If the left-hand wire carries a current i/2, and the right-hand wires carries a current i, determine where the magnetic field is zero.

*October 20, 2011 by Jessica*

**Physics**

Two straight and parallel wires of length 1.0 m carry a current - the first carries a currecnt of 9.0 A while the other wire carries a current of 4.0 A. What distance must separate the two straight and parallel copper wires if the force between them is to be 6.0 x 10-6 N? My ...

*December 8, 2010 by Jim*

**magnetic field**

Two long, parallel wires carry current in the x-y plane. One wire carries 30 A to the left along the x-axis. The other carries 50 A to the right along a parallel line at y = 0.28 m. At what y-axis position in meters is the magnetic field equal to zero?

*December 1, 2013 by manu*

**Physics**

Two parallel straight wires are 1 meter apart. Each wire carries a current of 2 Amperes in the same direction. What is the resultant magnetic field produced by both wires at a point: 2) 1/4 of the distance between them I don't really understand what 2 is saying to be real ...

*November 9, 2016 by Jo*

**physics**

Parallel wires, a distance D = 23.8 cm apart, carry a current, i = 2.43 A, in opposite directions as shown in the figure. A circular loop, of radius R = D/2 = 11.9 cm, has the same current flowing in a counterclockwise direction. Determine the magnitude of the magnetic field ...

*December 10, 2012 by Anonymous*

**k**

Two wires parallel to each other and separated by a distance d carry different currents; they exert a force with magnitude F on each other. (a) The wires carry current in opposite directions. If the current carried by both wires is divided by five and the distance between the ...

*April 15, 2013 by physics*

**physics**

Two parallel wires in a horizontal plane carry currents I1 and I2 to the right. The wires each have a length L and are separated by a distance d. calculate the following where: I1 = 10A, I2 = 20A, d = 5mm, and L = 2m. What are the magnitude and direction of the B-field of wire...

*October 14, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Four long, parallel conductors carry equal currents of I = 9.50 A. The current direction of the current is into the page at points A and B and out of the page at C and D. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at point P, located at the center of the ...

*November 6, 2013 by arthur*

**PHYSICS**

Four long, parallel conductors carry equal currents of I = 9.50 A. The current direction of the current is into the page at points A and B and out of the page at C and D. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at point P, located at the center of the ...

*November 5, 2013 by dave*

**physics**

Two parallel wires both carry currents directed from left to right .A circular wire loop lies in the plane of the two wires, mid-way between them.As always, assume the currents are positive charges. Sketch the changes in magnetic fields induced and the resultant current ...

*July 7, 2014 by Marium*

**Physics**

Two parallel wires both carry currents directed from left to right .A circular wire loop lies in the plane of the two wires, mid-way between them.As always, assume the currents are positive charges. Sketch the changes in magnetic fields induced and the resultant current ...

*July 8, 2014 by Just need explanation not an answer*

**Physics**

Horizontal electric power lines supported by vertical poles can carry large currents. Assume that Earth’s magnetic field runs parallel to the surface of the ground from south to north with a magnitude of 0.50××10^-4 Tesla and that the supporting poles are 38 m apart. Find ...

*July 19, 2016 by Mike*

**Physical Science**

Two parallel transmission wires are laid between electrical towers. The distance between towers is 200 m, while the separation between the parallel wires is only 2.5 m. If the wires carry each a current of 1000 A, the magnitude of the force between the wires is closest to ... ...

*March 10, 2010 by Stephanie*

**magnetism**

Two long, parallel wires carry current in the x-y plane. One wire carries 30 A to the left along the x-axis. The other carries 50 A to the right along a parallel line at y = 0.28 m. At what y-axis position in meters is the magnetic field equal to zero?

*November 29, 2013 by anton URGENT Please*

**electricity**

Two long, parallel wires carry current in the x-y plane. One wire carries 30 A to the left along the x-axis. The other carries 50 A to the right along a parallel line at y = 0.28 m. At what y-axis position in meters is the magnetic field equal to zero?

*November 30, 2013 by Collin*

**physics**

Two long, parallel wires carry current in the x-y plane. One wire carries 30 A to the left along the x-axis. The other carries 50 A to the right along a parallel line at y = 0.28 m. At what y-axis position in meters is the magnetic field equal to zero?

*November 30, 2013 by LH need help please*

**physics**

Two long, parallel wires carry current in the x-y plane. One wire carries 30 A to the left along the x-axis. The other carries 50 A to the right along a parallel line at y = 0.28 m. At what y-axis position in meters is the magnetic field equal to zero?

*December 1, 2013 by Collin*

**physics**

Two identical wires with resistance,R and mass,m rest on two smooth parallel superconducting (zero resistance) rails. Initially, they are separated by a distance,D=70 cm. Suddenly, a uniform magnetic field B, perpendicular to the plane of the rails is switched on and the wires...

*April 28, 2013 by tsong*

**Physics**

(the drawing is of a square with each side equaling L and the opposites of each corner are equal to each other, so the mystery corner would be 3I) Four parallel long straight wires are carrying current perpendicular to the page, and the points at which they pass through the ...

*March 6, 2012 by Devon*

**Physics**

Two long straight wires are perpendicular to the page and located at distances d1 = 2 cm and d2 = 3.5 cm from the origin. Wire 1 carries current 5 A out of the page. If the net magnetic field due to the two currents is at an angle of 45 degrees to the x-axis at the origin, ...

*November 12, 2012 by Jasmine*

**physics**

Two long, parallel conductors, separated by 14.0 cm, carry currents in the same direction. The first wire carries current I1 = 6.00 A, and the second carries I2 = 8.00 A Assume the conductors lie in the plane of the page. (a) What is the magnitude of the magnetic field created...

*November 5, 2013 by taylor*

**Physics**

Two parallel wires conduct equal currents in the same direction. (a) At a point in the plane of the wires midway between them, do the individual fields of the wires cancel or reinforce each other? (b) At a point far away from the wires, do their individual fields tend to ...

*April 17, 2012 by Brittany*

**Physics (Urgent Please!)**

Two parallel wires conduct equal currents in the same direction. (a) At a point in the plane of the wires midway between them, do the individual fields of the wires cancel or reinforce each other? (b) At a point far away from the wires, do their individual fields tend to ...

*April 17, 2012 by Marie*

**GENERAL PHYSICS**

Two long, parallel wires separated by 90 each carry currents of 2.0 in a horizontal direction.

*November 15, 2009 by shamille*

**Physics**

Two parallel wires are carrying current. If the currents are in the same direction, what is the interaction between the two wires and why? How would this be different in the currents were in opposite directions?

*July 9, 2014 by Liz*

**physics**

2.00 m long straight copper wire has a current of 8.0 A in it as it passes through a magnetic field. The magnitude of the force on the conductor is 2.00 N. The angle between the current and the magnetic field is 45°. What is the magnitude of the uniform magnetic field?

*June 9, 2014 by grey*

**physics**

Two straight and parallel wires of length 1.0 m carry a current — the first carries a current of 9.0 A while the other wire carries a current of 4.0 A. What distance must separate the two straight and parallel copper wires if the force between them is to be 6.0 × 10−6 N?

*June 9, 2014 by grey*

**PHYSICS!!!**

A long wire carrying a 5.0 A current perpendicular to the xy-plane intersects the x-axis at x = -2.0 cm. A second, parallel wire carrying a 2.5 A current intersects the x-axis at x = 2.0 cm. PART A At what point on the x-axis is the magnetic field zero if the two currents are ...

*March 31, 2010 by OLLIJURT*

**physic**

A long wire carrying a 6.0 A current perpendicular to the xy-plane intersects the x-axis at x=âˆ’2.0cm. A second, parallel wire carrying a 2.0 A current intersects the x-axis at x=+2.0cm. At what point on the x-axis is the magnetic field zero if the two currents are in the...

*November 14, 2016 by Anonymous*

**science**

How large a current would a very long, straight wire have to carry so that the magnetic field 2 cm from the wire is equal to 1 G (comparable to the earth’s northward-pointing magnetic field)?

*April 18, 2011 by kamal*

**Physics**

An electrostatic force of 5 N exists between two identical point charges, each of mass 0.01 g, placed 4 mm apart. a.) Find the magnitude of each charge. b.) One of these charges is placed into a magnetic field. Assuming that the charge has a speed of 50 m/s and travels a ...

*June 12, 2006 by Nathaniel*

**physics**

A conducting bar slides without friction on two parallel horizontal rails that are 50 cm apart and connected by a wire at one end. The resistance of the bar and the rails is constant and equal to 0.10 . A uniform magnetic field is perpendicular to the plane of the ...

*June 25, 2011 by Vlady*

**Physics**

The wire in the drawing carries a current of 14 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 33 A. Use Ampere's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 1.0 m from the wires when ...

*February 12, 2012 by Mareena*

**Physics**

The wire in the drawing carries a current of 13 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 28 A. Use Ampere's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 0.76 m from the wires when ...

*February 25, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Two long, parallel wires carry current in the x-y plane. One wire carries 30 A to the left along the x-axis. The other carries 50 A to the right along a parallel line at y = 0.28 m. At what y-axis position in meters is the magnetic field equal to zero? I saw that how Elena ...

*December 2, 2013 by Khusi*

**Physics 2**

The wire in the figure below carries a current of 13 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 26 A. Use Ampère's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 0.72 m from the wires...

*March 2, 2011 by Kellsey*

**Physics 2**

The wire in the figure below carries a current of 13 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 26 A. Use Ampère's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 0.72 m from the wires...

*March 2, 2011 by Kellsey*

**Physics 2**

The wire in the figure below carries a current of 12 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 30 A. Use Ampère's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 0.72 m from the wires...

*February 13, 2012 by Anne*

**Physics IMP**

Two long, parallel wires carry current in the x-y plane. One wire carries 30 A to the left along the x-axis. The other carries 50 A to the right along a parallel line at y = 0.28 m. At what y-axis position in meters is the magnetic field equal to zero? I saw that how Elena ...

*December 2, 2013 by Khusi*

**Physics**

Four long, straight wires are parallel to each other and their cross-section forms a square. Each side of the square measures 0.0112 m. If each wire carries a currrent of 8.33 A in the direction shown, find the magnitude of the total magnetic field at P, the center of the square.

*December 1, 2008 by Brynlie*

**Physics**

Please help me with these choose the best answers since I'm not sure of my answers. A current element produces a magnetic field in the region surrounding it. at any point in space, the magnetic field produced by this current element points in a direction that is a) radial from...

*October 23, 2011 by Jessica*

**Physics**

Please help me with these choose the best answers since I'm not sure of my answers. A current element produces a magnetic field in the region surrounding it. at any point in space, the magnetic field produced by this current element points in a direction that is a) radial from...

*October 23, 2011 by Jessica*

**physic**

Two parallel wires carry current of 1.6 ka in opposite directions. the distance between the wires is r=1.6 m compute the magnitude of the force per unit length exerted by one wire on the other?

*December 12, 2010 by Suzi*

**physics**

Two wires run parallel to each other with currents I1 = -60.3 A, and I2 = 44.1 A. If they are a = 0.12 m apart, what is the magnitude of the force (N) per meter of length? I used the formula (f/L)=Uo(I1)(I2)/(2(pi)(r)) I got 4.43810^-2(N/m)but it was wrong..I'm not sure what ...

*April 24, 2011 by Ana*

**College physIcs**

An electron travels at a speed of 4.0×104 m/s through a uniform magnetic field whose magnitude is 1.4×10−3 T. What is the magnitude of the magnetic force on the electron if its velocity and the magnetic field are perpendicular? F= N What is the magnitude of the ...

*February 19, 2010 by Lanise*

**physics**

A loop of surface area s1=10cm^2 placed ina uniform magnetic field Bof magnitude B1=8×10^-2T, has its plane perpendicular to the field lines . A second loop of area s2=15cm^2 is placed in another uniform field B2 of magnitude B2=0.1T such that its normal unit vector n makes ...

*November 10, 2016 by angy*

**physics**

* A and B Two wires long and parallel, each carrying a distance of 1 m in two opposite directions, if the trend A equals one third B (Ia=1/3Ib), founding after the point which lies on the line where the two vertical magnetic field when the outcome is zero. This makes no sense ...

*May 24, 2007 by Hamilton*

**Physics**

A proton travelling 1.5x10^6 m/s enters 2 vertically charged parallel plates held 0.15m apart. The top plate is held at +250V and the bottom is grounded (0V). A magnetic field can be applied to the area between the plates to counteract the electric force acting on the proton. ...

*February 2, 2015 by Sandara*

**physics**

Two parallel wires which carry currents I1 = 69 A and I2. The top wire is held in position, the bottom wire is prevented from moving sideways but can slide up and down without friction. If the wires have a mass of 5.3 g per metre of length calculate current I2 such that the ...

*March 22, 2010 by Jason*

**Physics**

A long, straight wire carrying a current of 317 A is placed in a uniform magnetic field that has a magnitude of 7.69 × 10-3 T. The wire is perpendicular to the field. Find a point in space where the net magnetic field is zero. Locate this point by specifying its perpendicular...

*February 25, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Phys 2425**

Each of two long straight parallel wires separated by a distance of 24.0 cm carries a current of 5.00 A in the same direction. What is the magnitude of the resulting magnetic field at a point that is 14.0 cm from each wire? I have tried (U0I/2pir)2 as well as U0I/4pia(cos(...

*March 18, 2016 by A*

**math (desperate help, please.**

A long, straight wire of length 2L on the y-axis carries a current I. According to the Biot-Savart Law, the magnitude of the magnetic field due to the current at a point (a,0) is given by B(a)= (mu sub 0 multiply by I) divided by 4pi times the integral from -L to L of (Sine ...

*February 4, 2016 by sathira*

**physics**

two llong parallel vertical wires 0.3m apart are placed east-west of one another.The current in the eastely one is 30A and that in the other is 20A.Both currents flow upwards.The earth"smagnetic field is horizontal directed north and has magnetude field B=20x10^-6T.Calculate ...

*August 24, 2010 by kabelo*

**physics**

Two identical thin wires are oriented along the x and y axes. With current on x plane going North. Current on y plane going West.Both carry the same current I, and there is no electrical contact between the wires. The points A, B, C, D are each equidistant from both wires. A: ...

*March 16, 2013 by Melissa*

**physics**

Two horizontal parallel wires which carry currents I1 = 45 A (top)and I2 (bottom). The top wire is held in position, the bottom wire is prevented from moving sideways but can slide up and down without friction. If the wires have a mass of 9.2 g per metre of length, calculate ...

*March 21, 2010 by Jane*

**physics**

Two insulated wires, each 2.70 m long, are taped together to form a two-wire unit that is 2.70 m long. One wire carries a current of 7.00 A; the other carries a smaller current I in the opposite direction. The two wire unit is placed at an angle of 77.0° relative to a ...

*February 26, 2014 by Dee*

**Calculus PLEASE HELP! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE**

A long, straight wire of length 2L on the y-axis carries a current I. According to the Biot-Savart Law, the magnitude of the magnetic field due to the current at a point (a,0) is given by B(a)= (mu sub 0 multiply by I) divided by 4pi times the integral from -L to L of (Sine ...

*February 4, 2016 by Sathira*

**Physics**

Two thin, infinitely long, parallel wires are lying on the ground a distance d=3cm apart. They carry a current Io=200A going into the page. A third thin, infinitely long wire with mass per unit length λ=5g/m carries current I going out of the page. What is the value of ...

*December 12, 2013 by roami*

**Physics**

Two thin, infinitely long, parallel wires are lying on the ground a distance d=3cm apart. They carry a current Io=200A going into the page. A third thin, infinitely long wire with mass per unit length λ=5g/m carries current I going out of the page. What is the value of ...

*December 12, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Two charged particles have equal mass and carry charges of 2 nC and 3 nC respectively. They enter a magnetic field of strength 2 mT at the same velocity. Assuming that both particles exit the field parallel to each other and perpendicular to the field, determine the separation...

*August 14, 2015 by Brian*

**PHYSICS**

Two thin, infinitely long, parallel wires are lying on the ground a distance d=3cm apart. They carry a current I_0=200A going into the page. A third thin, infinitely long wire with mass per unit length lambda=5g/m carries current I going out of the page. What is the value of ...

*December 15, 2013 by Lora*

**Physics**

Two thin, infinitely long, parallel wires are lying on the ground a distance d=3cm apart. They carry a current I_0=200A going into the page. A third thin, infinitely long wire with mass per unit length lambda=5g/m carries current I going out of the page. What is the value of ...

*December 16, 2013 by Lora*

**physics**

Two parallel straight conductors 5 m long and 12 cm apart are to have equal currents. The force each conductor experiences from the other is not to exceed 2x10^-2 N. What is the maximum possible current in each conductor? I'm getting a ridiculous answer of 1200 A. I'm doing ...

*April 27, 2009 by Sam*

**physics**

Two 173 turn coils, each with a diameter of d = 4.45 m, are placed w = 1.31 m apart, as shown in the figure. A current of 6.99 A is flowing in the wires of both coils; the direction of the current is clockwise for both coils when viewed from the left. What is the magnitude of ...

*April 19, 2011 by ok*

**Physics**

1)A 0.050 m long wire is carrying a current of 2.0 A at right angles to a 0.15 T magnetic field. What is the magnitude of the force exerted by the magnetic field on the wire? F=ILB (0.050)(2.0)(0.15) 0.015 N 2)Which device is used to measure very small currents? galvanometer

*April 11, 2008 by Jon*

**physics**

what is the magnetic effect of placing two wires with equal but oppositely directed currents close together or twisted about each other?

*February 6, 2008 by tina*

**Physics**

What is the magnetic effect of placing two wires with equal but oppositely directed currents close together or twisted about each other?

*February 9, 2008 by Heather*

**Physics**

Two large, parallel, conducting plates are 20 cm apart and have charges of equal magnitude and opposite sign on their facing surfaces. An electrostatic force of 3.0 10-15 N acts on an electron placed anywhere between the two plates. (Neglect fringing.) a) Find the magnitude of...

*April 27, 2013 by Lex*

**Physics**

Two point charges are 10.0 cm apart and have charges of 2.0 μC and –2.0 μC, respectively. What is the magnitude of the electric field at the midpoint between the two charges? 8.99*10^9(2*10^-6/.025)=719200 Two equal charges are separated by 3.7 x 10-10 m. The force...

*January 13, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Science**

Two point charges are 10.0 cm apart and have charges of 2.0 μC and –2.0 μC, respectively. What is the magnitude of the electric field at the midpoint between the two charges? 8.99*10^9(2*10^-6/.025)=719200 Two equal charges are separated by 3.7 x 10-10 m. The force...

*January 15, 2012 by Anonymous*

**electromagnetism**

#6 (6 points possible) The demonstration in LS6.U5 uses a Helmholtz coil, which is a pair of wire coils along a common axis that creates a somewhat uniform magnetic field at the center. To achieve a uniform field, the coil separation is equal to the coil radius. The Helmholtz ...

*April 14, 2015 by JuanPro*

**Chemistry**

Two fixed charges, -4μC and -5μC, are separated by a certain distance. If the charges are separated by 20cm, what is the magnitude of the electric field halfway between the charges? My textbook says that the formula for electric field is (kq)/r^2. But Since I have ...

*February 9, 2016 by Emma*

**Physical Science**

Consider the current-carrying wires in the figure. Both cases consist of long straight wires carrying a current I. In both cases, the wire is also bent in the shape of a circular loop of radius R. The only difference is in how the bending of the wire is done to create the loop...

*March 19, 2010 by Stephanie*