You are at the center of a current-carrying solenoid (#1). You are experiencing a magnetic field B1. You replace this solenoid with a different solenoid (#2). The length of this replacement (#2) is double of (#1) with double as many turns of (#1). You will experience a magnetic field of ( )due to this replacement solenoid (#2).

A) 2B1
B) 0.5B1
C) B1
D) 4B1
E) 0.25B1

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