CH 21 HW 3

CH 21 HW 3 - I = .285 0.285 A. What is the direction of the...

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CH 21 HW 3 S2009 (Homework) Current Score: 5/8 Due: Friday, April 3, 2009 01:00 PM EDT About this Assignment Extension Requests Question Points 1 2 5 0/3 Total 5/8 Description Ampere's Law Instructions Reading: Sec 21.6 The due date for this assignment is past. Your work can be viewed below, but no changes can be made. 1. 5/5 points All Submissions Notes Question: MI2 21.X.04 Question part Points Submissions 1 2 4 1 2/3 1/2 Total 5/5 Along the path shown in Figure 21.41 the magnetic field is measured and is found to be uniform in magnitude and always tangent to the circular path.
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Figure 21.41 If the radius of the path is 0.03 m and B along the path is 1.9e-06 T, use Ampere's law to calculate the magnitude of the conventional current enclosed by the path.
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Unformatted text preview: I = .285 0.285 A. What is the direction of the current? into the page into the page 2. 0/3 points All Submissions Notes Question: MI2 21.RQ.17 Question part Points Submissions 1 0/3 3/3 Total 0/3 The magnetic field has been measured to be horizontal everywhere along a rectangular path x = 19 cm long and y = 3 cm high, shown in Figure 21.60. Along the bottom the average magnetic field B 1 = 1.6 10-4 tesla, along the sides the average magnetic field B 2 = 1.0 10-4 tesla, and along the top the average magnetic field B 3 = 0.8 10-4 tesla. What can you conclude about the electric currents in the area that is surrounded by the rectangular path? I = 9.1 12.1 A Figure 21.60 Home My Assignments Extension Request...
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CH 21 HW 3 - I = .285 0.285 A. What is the direction of the...

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