HW _11 P2213 F09 - Physics 2213 Homework #11 Fall 2009 Due...

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1 Physics 2213 Homework #11 Fall 2009 Due : the last recitation class of the week of November 16-20 Read: Chapter 28.1-28.7. Also c heck Eq.(28.4) and Eq.(28.8). Exercises and Problems (6 problems, to be handed in) : 1. #28.20 [Two Hikers] 2. #28.27 [Lamp Cord Wires] 3. #28.42 [Solenoid Design] 4. [2 Wires] Two long parallel straight situated at x = D and -D wires carry equal electric currents I in the same direction perpendicular to this page, as shown. (a) What is the magnetic field at the origin? Please give your reasoning. (b ) What are the directions of the magnetic field at the points y = D and y = -D on the y-axis? Please illustrate how you obtained your answers with vector diagrams. (c) Find the strength of the magnetic field B(y) as a function of position y for points on the y-axis. Let B(y) be > 0 if the magnetic field has a component in the +x-direction and < 0 if it has a component in the -x-direction. (d) Draw a graph of B(y) vs. y from y = -4D to +4D. (e) Where on the y-axis does
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HW _11 P2213 F09 - Physics 2213 Homework #11 Fall 2009 Due...

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