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# An infinite straight wire on the z-axis carries current I1=4.2A in the +z direction, upward. A rectangular loop is placed in the xz plane with its...

#2 force and torque on loops physics question. Please show work.
An infinite straight wire on the z-axis carries current I 1 = 4.2 A in the +z direction, upward. A rectangular loop is placed in the xz plane with its nearest side parallel to the wire a distance d = 0.2 m away. The loop has height (z-length) h = 1.4 m, width (x-length) w = 1.5 m, and carries a current I 2 = 1.4 . Draw a diagram. Draw the top view: if the straight wire current is in the +z direction, then this is out of the page in your diagram. Proof the net torque. *do the correct directions for both currents *do the correct directions and magnitudes for B field vectors, at the midpoints of each side of the rectangular loop *do the correct directions and magnitudes for 4 force vectors, at the midpoints of each side of the rectangular loop Find the magnitude of the net force on the loop. F = N In which direction if the net force? -z -y +y +z -x +x Find the magnitude of the net torque on the loop. T = Nm

An infinite straight wire on the z-axis carries current I1=4.2A in the +z direction, upward. A
rectangular loop is placed in the xz plane with its nearest side parallel to the wire a distance...

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