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A copper wire 0.40m long carries a current of 6.0A and weighs 0.35N. What strenght magnetic field is required to balance the weight of the wire?

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  1. Make the vertical force BIL equal the weight, 0.35 N. Solve for B, in Tesla.

    L is the wire length

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