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SEE THE BOOKWORK FOR THESE TYPES OF PROBLEMS…. ALSO, YOU NEED TO BE ABLE TO USE THEM TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM ABOVE. 5) For each of the pictures below, what is the force of the magnetic field on the current carrying wire? a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h)
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A B C D A B C D I N S A B A B i) 6) Now to use the other right hand rule. For each of the pictures below, draw an arrow representing the direction of the magnetic field at each letter location near the wire. If the wires on the right were brought near each other while current was flowing as shown, what affect would the wires have on each other? Assume current moves clockwise around Assume current moves counter-clockwise the loop below. around the loop below. FOR THE COILS BELOW, WHAT IS THE DIRECTION OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD IN THE COIL AND OUTSIDE THE COIL? DRAW ARROWS TO REPRESENT THESE DIRECTIONS. Which way should you move the Which way should you move the wire below so a current is induced wire below so a current is induced I A B
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I B B to the left, right, and no current at all. to up, down, and no current at all. 7)
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