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Unformatted text preview: version 3! 2 19.23 from Giancoli, edition 3. The text of this problem will be available on the Homework page of the course website. 3 In 24.76, in the last part you should find the charge per unit meter, not the capacitance. 4 In 27.6, you need the density of copper, = 8.9 10 3 kg/m 3 5 In 27.12, you should assume that the B-field has a constant magnitude B . 6 In 29.25, Assume that the loop has resistance R and is pulled out at constant velocity, v . 7 29.7 from Giancoli, edition 3. The text of this problem will be available on the Homework page of the course website. 8 30.34 moved to HW 14; 30.74 removed. 9 In 30.75, is the center-to-center distance between the wires. Assume that the current that flows in the second wire is flowing with the same magnitude and opposite direction as the current in the first wire....
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