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What is the magnitude of the force per meter of length on a straight wire carrying an 8.50 -A current when perpendicular to a 0.55 -T uniform magnetic field?

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  1. F = B I L
    F/L = B I

    Just multiply the B and I numbers you have for magnetic field and current, and you will get the force in newtons per meter.

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