# Physics

In Ampere's Law, the currents outside the Amperical loop DO contribute to the magnetic field B but are NOT included in the Right side of the equation with I :

�ç B.ds = ƒÊ * I

Why? I'm so cofused. can anyone explain plzzzz..

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1. Amperes law regulates the behaviour of the magnetic field created by the current of interest. All others in the universe are not considered.

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