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Name: Section: QUIZ #5 Physics 222, Fall 2011 Sep. 27, 2011 Version A Two parallel long wires are 10.0 cm apart and carry currents I and 3 I , respectively, flowing at the same direction. At what distance from each of the two wires the total magnetic field is zero?

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Name: Section: QUIZ #5 Physics 222, Fall 2011 Sep. 27, 2011 Version B Two parallel long wires are 6.0 cm apart and carry currents I and 3 I , respectively, flowing at opposite directions. At what distance from each of the two wires the total magnetic field is zero?
Name: Section: QUIZ #5 Physics 222, Fall 2011 Sep. 27, 2011 Version C I I a b The figure to the right is for a long wire parallel to one of the square loop edges. The straight wire carries a current I = 5 . 0 A and the same amount of current runs counter clockwise in the square loop. The loop side

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Unformatted text preview: a is 5 . 0 cm long, and the distance b of its right side to the wire is 2 . 0 cm. What is the magnitude and direction of the net force on the loop by the magnetic ﬁeld produced by the wire? Name: Section: QUIZ #5 Physics 222, Fall 2011 Sep. 27, 2011 Version D I I a b The ﬁgure to the right is for a long wire parallel to one of the square loop edges. The straight wire carries a current I = 4 . 0 A and the same amount of current runs counter clockwise in the square loop. The loop side a is 6 . 0 cm long, distance b of its right side to the wire is 2 . 0 cm. What is the magnitude and direction of the net force on the loop by the magnetic ﬁeld produced by the wire?...
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